I have the following error message frenzy greeting me every time I boot up my system.
The errors seem to all have started at the same point, when I accidentally removed the current kernel while removing old kernels to try resolving a different problem... Whew... And then reinstalled it before the system reboot.
All binaries that crash are indicators or related to them, although I'm not sure all are caused by the same bug:
- nm-applet (network-manager): SIGABRT in g_assertion_message()
- indicator-application-service: signal 5 in g_type_create_instance()
- indicator-sound-service: something like (1) or (2)
- indicator-keyboard-service: something like(1) or (2)
- unity-settings-daemon: SIGSERV in gsd_power_management_stop()
The system is fully usable after this, and indicators appear functional. However, the annoying error messages keep coming back... Even though I have checked "ignore future problems of this type" after reporting...
For reference, I keep a fully upgraded system, 15.10 now, starting from Trusty (14.04).
Any ideas how to fix this?
[EDIT]: This may be related to Ubuntu 14.04 network manager crashes every time after login
[EDIT2]: Back-trace during debugging what happens to nm-applet revealed:
g_assertion_message("..<more info here>... assertion failed: (manager->priv->accounts_proxy != NULL)") at /build/glib2.0-MuyBSS/glib2.0-2.46.2/./glib/gtestutils.c:2429