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Thread: Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

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    Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

    Hello I have following problem. My laptop freezes ( monitor) quite often. and I mostly don't know what to do. Most of the time I restart the PC and get following message after restarting: "Xorg crashed with SIGABRT"

    I have looked up in the forums and bugpages and find no help. Can anybody help me?
    I am using Ubuntu 16.04 (LTS)

    Thank You very much!!!

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    Re: Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

    It seems to be related with graphics drivers.

    Usually we would try troubleshooting and for that we would be asking about your hardware specifications, but given that 16.04 has only a few months left of support I really see no point and pursuing this.

    A better course of action is to install the current LTS, 20.04.

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    Re: Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

    I can't install LTS 20.04, because I have 32Bit
    Last edited by alemanlatino; February 19th, 2021 at 02:13 PM.

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    Re: Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

    I can't install LTS 20.04 since I have 32Bit. What can I do? It just crashes on and on

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    Re: Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

    Support will end in April, nothing to do about that.
    Moving forward you'll need to choose something outside the Ubuntu family if your hardware is really 32-bit.

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    Re: Xorg crashed with SIGBART. Ubuntu 16.04

    What's the output of the following command?
    Code:
    lscpu
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