After upgrading to Ubuntu 13.10 I get a lot of error messages with no info when the desktop starts:
How can I solve this? I tried to update and install kde-full and gnome. But it was not solved.
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The following answer by rubo77 here fixed it for me:
Ubuntu has an error reporting system called apport which tries to catch all program crashes in the background and report them to help the developers.
It seems that after a dist-upgrade there are stuck some reports that are tried to resubmitted somehow, but disabling apport is not a desirable solution.
Remove old crash-reports
Remove all old crash-reports that might exist in the crash-report directory:
sudo rm /var/crash/*
After a reboot the popups are gone.
Any further new pop-ups still need to be investigated. If you want to see the details look in /var/crash/ for any new reports.