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I wouldn't call it malware, it's just apport. If you just want to get rid of the message and you feel comfortable leaving apport enabled, you can run the following command (remember, apport can sometimes send sensitive info so leaving it enabled is an issue of privacy but it does help the developers take care of bugs and performance issues): sudo rm ...


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Try system ("echo \"set all evi\" | ./get_emotion.sh"); Or system ("./get_emotion.sh <<< \"set all evi\"");


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That is a normal message. I recommend clicking "OK". While the message is open, you could xlsclients -al to list the clients of your X server (man xlsclients, of course). See also man xwininfo,man xprop and (shudder) man 7 X to track down which process has that popup open. Seriously, relax. Just the apport crash reporting system. man -k apport and dpkg ...


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I know it is a couple months late but for dpkg I was able to get everything running again by finding the appropriate dpkg file for me that was the file from here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/+package/dpkg I chose the appropriate .deb file for me (my computer runs on amd64) I clicked to download it, then clicked save file (The software-center won't ...


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It is apparently not a problem. Accessing the local user, group and passwd file is simple enough, but if you want lookups to include ldap, or nis over the network it can be useful to have a caching daemon to speed things up. It is this caching mechanism that is reporting these misleading messages to you. See the man page on nscd (or similar).



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