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How can I track my bug status after clicking "Continue" to "Send an error report to fix this problem"?

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I have reported the bug a while ago and so far no fix. Has the bug been even reported to Launchpad? I read somewhere that the bug is only stored locally after clicking "Continue", unless the user reports it manually somehow.

I find the problem quite serious, Xorg crashes at random time without any known connection to any action I perform and sends me back to login screen. The report is similar to this and /var/log/syslog contains some CRITICAL red lines.

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Note it is fully updated Ubuntu 15.10 with latest updates (excluding wily-proposed) running on an integrated Intel GPU (i5-2450M) with the default open-source drivers!

P.S.: I know of the wikies, but I want to examine a REPORTED problem, or find WHERE has Ubuntu reported it (to Launchpad?).

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  • @muru The answer is rather old. Are you sure it considers Ubuntu 15.10? There is no explicit mention of that in the page. – Slazer Jan 20 '16 at 16:42
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    unless something changes, people generally don't go around editing their posts each time a new version is released. – muru Jan 20 '16 at 16:43
  • The message shown here seems that you've sent an error report, which does not always create a bug. Very rarely, does "Send Error Report" trigger a bug being created, as errors get reported to errors.ubuntu.com (of which only certain people can see the data incorporated in the error reports) – Thomas Ward Jan 20 '16 at 19:56

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