Yesterday, I was using Chromium just fine. When I closed it, it was OK. But, when I tried to start it again, it couldn't do so. I tried again several times, I also executed it from terminal, nothing happened. I checked the System Monitor and it showed me that it was executing.
The process was:
- Used about 4-5 MB of RAM
- Started its 2nd process which used about 3,81 MB of RAM
- Both of the processes stopped.
When I executed it from terminal, at the end, it showed me this:
Calling _exit(1). Core file will not be generated.
The same happens with Firefox.(Not the "Calling _exit" output, it just doesn't start.
I am using Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS on a Dell OptiPlex GX270.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Edit: Now I cannot even log in to Ubuntu 14.04. I do not know what is wrong, probably the very low free space on my partition!! When I type my password, it recognizes it, but when it begins the login process, it just hangs up there. However, the login process works when I am in tty1, tty2, tty3, tty4, tty5 and tty6. I can also execute commands like installing or removing packages, just like in Terminal.
Edit No.2: I reinstalled Ubuntu today and it's working fine. Both Chromium and Firefox are working now. I don't know what happened with the previous installation. Maybe some user files got corrupted the last time I logged out and shut down my PC. But now, it's working great! :)