Gnome Shell uses the tracker utility to log things like that. From the documentation:
Data & Logging
The databases are kept in $HOME/.cache/tracker. The user's data backup is kept in $HOME/.local/share/tracker/data.
If Tracker is configured to have the logging verbosity (set in GSettings or each .cfg file for each main component) set to a ...
On Ubuntu 19.04 with GNOME Shell, I found only one working GNOME Shell extension:
Note: it does glitch slightly when waking up the screen: the shield briefly appears.
iyadh is right
But be cautious with the "nouveau" kernel module since it causes various problems during the system boot.
In tested Ubuntu releases since 16.04 - 16.04.6 up to 19.04.2 and only 16.04 didn't have any problems during the boot.
But it has kinda old kernel version 4.05 which does not have required wifi driver and firmware.
So you need to ...
Ubuntu 19.04 should default to using the more modern xinput drivers rather than the synaptics drivers. If you upgraded from an older version of Ubuntu, you may still be using the synaptics drivers.
To move to the xinput drivers, remove xserver-xorg-input-synaptics and make sure xserver-xorg-input-libinput is installed.
It could be related to this problem of system being too slow to cope with data stream:
Slow and frozen playback issue update.
In answering his own question, the OP noted:
After further investigation I've come to the conclusion that I am
hitting the data transfer rate ceiling for my laptop. The files I have
problems with real time playback are in the ...
I had the similar problem. I think the cause was libsnmp30 (whatever this is).
So, to solve first kill libsnmp30 by running:
sudo apt purge libsnmp30
sudo apt autoremove
Next you upgrade the OS with a command do-release-upgrade. If you don't have it, run sudo apt install ubuntu-release-upgrader-core.
sudo do-release-upgrade -c
to check the ...
Apparently, tomaspinho's driver is not working on Kernel version 5.3; check yours:
~$ uname -a
In any case, this driver is, according to its README.md, "being developed for Arch Linux and Ubuntu 18.10. No support will be provided for other Linux distributions or Linux Kernel versions outside of that range". I wouldn't recommend this driver for 18.10 users ...
To keep the Ubuntu Dock hidden until mouse-hover, run the following command in Terminal
gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock intellihide false
(reference: Ubuntu dock is stuck)
For the top bar, you may use a GNOME Shell extension called Hide Top Bar. You need to turn the intellihide features off from the extension's settings window:
I have been having a similar problem mid-December with my Precision 7530. I could suspend my computer plugged in or running on battery, but I could not resume while running on battery.
I have tried stock Ubuntu 18.04.x, and Pop! OS 18.04 and 19.10. All were running variants of kernel 5.3.x, although Pop! OS builds their own kernel. BIOS upgraded to 0.1.12.1,...
I know that this has been here for a while but I wanted to chime in here to make sure that this is complete. So that if someone else comes along they know how to get it working.
I do want to say that is awesome and I've been looking for this for a while and came across this a few days ago and haven't seen a way to do this besides this one. I'm sure that ...
First install vanilla gnome. (This step may be optional, but I cannot verify because this is just the path I took.)
sudo apt install vanilla-gnome-desktop
Now restart your system with the new vanilla gnome.
Then remove the extension. This will remove some meta packages, but don't worry. It will not break anything.
sudo apt remove gnome-shell-extension-...
I had the same entries in my log. also my computer had a 50 second hang after resuming from suspend during which desktop is black.
ucsi_ccg is a modprobe module for nvidia gpu type-c controller.
as described here this problem appeared in kernel 5.3.x+.
as workaround you can disable this module by creating /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-nvidia-usb.conf with a ...
for all the people out there who do not like to install the flatpak version and want to stick to the deb version, there is another way: since new versions of Ubuntu are shipped with libssl1.1 or have this package in their repositories, viber.deb can be tinkered to state libssl1.1 as a dependency.
I cannot guarantee 100% that all dependencies are met, but ...