I've been using Ubuntu for more than a year now. Mostly for school assignments, and I don't use dual-boot. So I guess I quite enjoy it and I don't think I'd ever go back to my old OS.
This is about internal errors, I genuinely want to know if there's anyway I can troubleshoot this. I can say, I always get "internal error report" whenever I turn my machine on and I'd always report them, at least when I have internet connection but again I'm not blessed with 24/7 internet connection. But when I do, I always report them and check for any update as well. Just today I got this :
The left one, apparently my Java installation is causing crash, and in the error it's also written :
Unreportable reason This package does not seem to be installed correctly
So I tried to fix my installation by running :
sudo apt install default-jre
And it says it's already the newest version, I don't know where to go from there. Error on the right one, I don't know what it's about. I tried to looked for this issue and I came across these 2 questions :
1. Where do “internal error” error reports go?
2. How can I track a bug that caused a crash and was reported via apport / whoopsie?
But both are about error reporting (Ubuntu Error Tracking), not troubleshooting. So, I went to check my error reports and I got this :
So yes, my errors were submitted but I still encounter internal errors when I start my machine. Meanwhile waiting for any software update, is there anything we can do to troubleshoot this ourselves ? Because clearly even with update I still get these errors. Guess the updates are general ? Not specific for some reported error ? Some enlightenment or suggestion would be appreciated. Thanks !