I apologize if this is a meta question. Also, if there is a duplicate of this please mark it so.
Pretty much anyone who has installed Ubuntu in the last decade is familiar with the error message: "Ubuntu has experience and internal error." The source of the error seems well understood (at least by some). From what I understand it's basically reporting a backlog of non-uploaded kernel dumps resulting from crashes. e.g. My
/var/crash directory contains some series of
foo.uploaded files, presumable indicating that
apport caught a crash, scheduled an upload, and uploaded the kernel dump. But there are some files that are missing the
.uploaded version. It seems that
apport messed up and failed to upload these crashes, thereby constantly generating "internal errors."
Question: How has this gone unfixed for so long?! Every solution I've found just says to disable
apport even though it's not recommended. Is there a better solution?