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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu has experienced internal error - Wayland

    I believed I solved my problem.

    Wayland was enable by default on my Ubuntu 20.04

    I disabled it and now, no more errors. Even the start of the login page is way faster.

    How to disable it:
    ...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu has experienced internal error - Wayland

    Thanks anyway.

    I hope someone else will be able to help me.

    I am only using Wayland because it came with my 20.04 upgrade. It's my first time "using" it... true is I had no clue what it was...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu has experienced internal error - Wayland

    Inside the /var/crash/ I have:



    -rw-r----- 1 rpessoa whoopsie 36220057 May 4 16:13 _usr_bin_gnome-shell.1000.crash
    -rw-rw-r-- 1 rpessoa whoopsie 0 May 4 16:14...
  4. [SOLVED] Ubuntu has experienced internal error - Wayland

    Hello,

    Every now and then I get the pop-up error screen saying:

    Sorry, Ubuntu 20.04 has experienced an internal error.

    When I go to "/var/crash" I see some files and the last one is named: ...
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