Questions about: bug-reporting

I'm a complete Ubuntu and even Linux newbie. I'm learning here, so I'm grateful for any info to help me learn more about this. I have a Dell Dimension 2400 with a Pentium 4 and 1GB of RAM
Answer #: 1 Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and type: sudo rm /var/crash/* Then hit Enter. This will remove any old crashes, that might still be reported (in error). After a reboot/re-starting, any further pop-ups still need to be investigated
Did you encounter a potential bug? You can contact Customer Support via the "Submit A Request Button" on the bottom of the page. When contacting support, please provide a summary of the issue in as much detail as possible, and include answers to as m
When I say crash, it simply means that the whole system freezes and does not respond to any keyboard or mouse input. There are many reasons that can cause Ubuntu to crash. It could be due to hardware incompatibility (especially ATI/Nvidia graphics ca
This guide shows you how to enable and disable services in Linux. This is the command line method of enabling and disabling services. Some Linux distributions like Fedora, Ubuntu and so on do provide a GUI front-end as well