I keep getting the "internal error" messages when suspending/resuming (and sometimes the system fails to suspend and acts weird), and whenever the error message pops up, I tell it to send an error report. It has been going on for months, so I want to find the reported error on launchpad to see what's going on with it. How can I find it there?


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  1. If you have an account for Launchpad, then open the Launchpad site in your browser, login and click user name

  2. After that, click the Bugs link and All related bugs on the right hand site

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  • Thanks for the reply, I don't have a Launchpad account yet. When I create it, how can I tell the bug reporting tool to use my Launchpad account? (I'm using xubuntu)
    – Meeep
    Jul 11, 2015 at 10:08
  • @Meeep I guess it will use it automatically.
    – Pilot6
    Jul 11, 2015 at 10:41
  • Depending on your privacy settings, this might not make it to your launchpad account. I've turned off all non-anonymous communication to Canonical and I don't see any of my apport stuff, although I do have a launchpad account.
    – Fabby
    Jul 11, 2015 at 10:47

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