Why do I, after having installed Ubuntu 12.10 for nearly 3 months, still every second log-in have this evolution epiphany calendar error. I know more people have this issue.

All upgrades applied, 3 months passed, I'm sending reports every time errors appear and no one can do anything with it there at Canonical?

PS. i read the log that being send to Canonical and theres the following written "no upgrades applied, probably fresh install" Which isn't true, because i apply all upgrades available, since fresh install was like 250MB or so. Why isn't this fixed yet?

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  • I think it is a bug. (but I'm not sure). Try a clean install of Ubuntu 12.10. – Anwar Jan 5 '13 at 10:58
  • I did clean install when 12.10 came out. – Mikey Jan 5 '13 at 10:59
  • @Mikey he's suggesting a fresh install now, as in remove your current install and re-install, your first clean install might have a persistent bug which will probably be fixed now in the new ISO image you download off the Ubuntu site. – Oyibo Jan 5 '13 at 11:03
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    a clean install for this bug is definitely overkill – don.joey Jan 5 '13 at 11:14
  • Please provide details of the error message you see. – Flimm Jan 5 '13 at 11:33

This is a bug. You can find more on it here.

The solution that the bug report proposes is:

sudo apt-get --reinstall install evolution-data-server indicator-datetime unity-scope-gdocs

You can also select the option to no longer report this bug (I think this is in the pop-up).

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Or you could switch of bug reports as such. The latter is a personal choice. You can do it typing privacy in the Dash, then look for this screen:

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  • Thank you, It's clearer now, however i though all bugs can be fixed by updates, but seems i was mistaken. – Mikey Jan 5 '13 at 11:27

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