Ubuntu 12.04 has experienced an internal error

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Hello,

Recently I made one of the biggest blunder of my life by upgrading to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.Every since that happened, I have been experiencing innumerous number of problems since the upgrade.
The error is listed below
 
 
"Sorry Ubuntu 12.04 has experienced an internal error.
If you notice further problems,try restarting the computer.
Sen an error report to fix this problem."
 
Has anyone experienced this issue before?
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Answered By 0 points N/A #135297

Ubuntu 12.04 has experienced an internal error

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Hi Isabellartd ,

It is common that you have to face these kind of bugs after updating a OS to higher version. Some times the upgrade components fail to work with all hardware configurations. Because it is difficult to test it for all hardware platforms. So initially you have to submit an error report to Ubuntu development team. They collect information from users to fix bugs like this. Also you can search it on Ubuntu forums.

There you can get an Idea to fix the problem. Visit https://bugs.launchpad.net and post your problem. Then check the status of your report. There will be similar errors reported from the community. Definitely bug will be fixed buy Ubuntu; but you have to be patient. 

One suggestion, Instead of upgrading to the higher version you can re-install the OS after backup your old data. It avoids errors like this.

Hope this is helpful.

Answered By 0 points N/A #135298

Ubuntu 12.04 has experienced an internal error

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As far as I know, this problem with Ubuntu's Apport (it's error reporting utility) doesn't have a fix as of now. But you can disable this so it won't pop out very often. 

To do this, you have to:

  1. Run "gksudo gedit/etc/apport.conf ". Then input your password.
  2. Gedit will then pop up and change the "enabled = 1" to "enabled = 0". Save

If you follow this, Apport will not start up when Ubuntu opens, but this doesn't remove this utility, it just disables.

Hope this will help.

Regards,

Jonn

Answered By 60 points N/A #135299

Ubuntu 12.04 has experienced an internal error

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To resolve this problem turn off Apport. To turn off Apport run the command “sudo sed -i s/enabled=1/enabled=0/ /etc/default/apport”. After that you will not experience this issue again. Aforementioned solutions are good but also you will get more idea to resolve this issue form this Techyv page too.

Ubuntu 12.04 is experiencing an internal error: Restarting would not work

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