Thursday, June 12, 2014

Internal Error Ubuntu 12.04

internal error message

In ubuntu discussion this time is about error messages that often appear in the ubuntu desktop. Ubuntu users must have got the message as shown above


Users do not get a choice but to press the Continue button. This error message is inadvertently displayed in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the goal of the developers can find out the bug / problem that can be fixed later for desktop users as we might a little disturbing because this message will appear any time if there is a bug / problem in ubuntu that we use.

There is a suggestion that this feature remains enabled, but not one as well to know a simple way to disable this feature.
1. Open a terminal or console (ctrl + alt + t)
2. Use any editor (gedit, vim, pico, nano) in this case I use vim sudo vim /etc/default/apport
3. At the line enabled = 0 to disable the content parameters, while 1 to re-activate.

vim editor to open apport

May be useful for us all
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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Ubuntu 14.04 Upgrade HowTo

14.04 LTS Ubuntu has been released last April 2014. For users of earlier versions of Ubuntu such as 13.10, 13.04 or 12.04 LTS there would be a question of how to upgrade to the latest edition of ubuntu 14.04 LTS? You can upgrade from a minor or major release of Ubuntu Easily and recommended for all users There are several steps that must be done to upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS:


1. Perform backups of your important data. Can save to another partition on the computer or storage media which you have.
2. Ensure release of Ubuntu you type the following command in the shell (to simplify the example I give a command shell and as root)
root@yoyok:~# uname -mrs
root@yoyok:~# lsb_release -a
the result are
Linux 3.2.0-51-generic x86_64 No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS Release: 12.04 Codename: precise

3. How do I upgrade to a newer version of Ubuntu 14.04, from an older Ubuntu? Type the following command to update package list and install the update-manager-core package if it is not already installed:

yyp@yoyok:~# sudo apt-get update
yyp@yoyok:~# sudo apt-get install update-manager-core

Next, type the following command to upgrade the Ubuntu to the latest release such as LTS 14.04 from the command-line.

yyp@yoyok:~# sudo do-release-upgrade

The do-release-upgrade will launch the upgrade tool. You need to follow the on-screen instructions. 

4. Fixing and forcing upgrade You may end up getting the following message on screen when you run sudo do-release-upgrade

Checking for a new Ubuntu release No new release found
To force upgrade pass the -d option to sudo do-release-upgrade command:
yyp@yoyok:~# sudo do-release-upgrade -d
5. Reboot the desktop or server Reboot the system
yyp@yoyok:~# sudo reboot
Verify, your new settings:
root@yoyok:~# lsb_release -a
root@yoyok:~# uname -mrs
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