Today, when I turned on the laptop to update Ubuntu, I got an error "System program problem detected" after logging in. I thought it was an bug, so I updated the computer and restarted it, but the the error continued to appear.
Them, it asked for my password and I saw that the program was called "apport" (I think). After typing my password, I saw that the error was about the linux gnu time indicator, so I sent the file to Canonical (I think).
In the folder /var/crash, there is this file:
(there are 3 different extensions for the same file, .crash, .upload, uploaded).
After that, I restarted my computer and the error stopped appearing,
So, since it is my first time with the program, I would like to know if this program is actually legit, and if my computer is alright. EDIT: I would like to know too if it's possible to see the error window again, to see if I'm correct about the error being from apport.
Thank you guys for helping me, also sorry if there was another post like this.