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    System program problem detected

    hi

    I keep getting a system notice: http://acookson.org/wp-content/uploa...stem-error.png

    which keeps popping up after every restart. Has anyone had this problem, and how severe is it?

    Ubuntu 12.10

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    Re: System program problem detected

    If you click on report problem you will see what was causing it.

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Quote Originally Posted by 1cookie View Post
    hi

    I keep getting a system notice: http://acookson.org/wp-content/uploa...stem-error.png

    which keeps popping up after every restart. Has anyone had this problem, and how severe is it?

    Ubuntu 12.10
    I have the exact same problem. My Ubuntu 12.10 is an upgrade Ubuntu 12.04, FWIW.

    I just move the error popup message out of the screen.

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Quote Originally Posted by sammiev View Post
    If you click on report problem you will see what was causing it.
    OK. I do that, provide my root password and am then taken to:

    http://acookson.org/wp-content/uploa...01/failure.png

    which is not the most helpful unfortunately. I'm not overley worried, I can always reinstall the distro; but would like to avoid that if unecessary. I suppose my main concern would lie with security.

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Quote Originally Posted by sammiev View Post
    If you click on report problem you will see what was causing it.
    ExecutablePath: /usr/share/apport/apportcheckresum

    Package: linux-image-3.5.0-21-generic 3.5.0-21.32

    Annotation: "this occurred during a previous suspend and prevented it from resuming properly"

    Failure: suspend/resume


    This happens after a plain reboot, so AFAIK there is no resume involved.

    I must say Ubuntu 12.10 sometimes has problems really rebooting this system: it then just goes back to the login screen, instead of rebooting like I request ("Restart" or "Shut Down" from the upper right corner).

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Update:

    I closed all programs, opened a terminal, did a "sudo shutdown now", Ubuntu shut down, I removed the power cord and the battery, reconnected everything, restarted Ubuntu, and ... I did NOT get the suspend/resume error message.

    Interesting ...

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Quote Originally Posted by sanderj View Post
    Update:

    I closed all programs, opened a terminal, did a "sudo shutdown now", Ubuntu shut down, I removed the power cord and the battery, reconnected everything, restarted Ubuntu, and ... I did NOT get the suspend/resume error message.

    Interesting ...
    I tried this. The system just hung with me having to forceibly unplug the cable to shutdown. Restart and the problem persists.

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Quote Originally Posted by sammiev View Post
    If you click on report problem you will see what was causing it.
    I've had the same problem for months. "Report problem" gives no result. Suggestions?

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    Re: System program problem detected

    Quote Originally Posted by VanillaMozilla View Post
    I've had the same problem for months. "Report problem" gives no result. Suggestions?
    Xorg is the problem but when I go to report the problem I get some message that the error info has changed since the 1st error. I seem to get this error 2 weeks after the main release of the last 2 releases. I use some other OS which is based off Ubuntu and I do not get the error any more.

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