system problem detected

Bug #1321937 reported by ill on 2014-05-21
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Bug Description

Whenever booting an xubuntu 14.04 machine, a window popup comes up that says system program problem detected, and there is no way to make it stop doing this.

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Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

In Ubuntu there is a control panel for "Security and Privacy" with a Diagnostics tab that contains a checkbox that says "Send error reports to Canonical". If you uncheck that you'll stop receiving dialogs about crash reports.

Otherwise look for the file /etc/default/whoopsie and set "report_crashes=false".

Changed in ubuntu:
status: New → Invalid
ill (illumilore) wrote :

That doesn't seem to exist in xubuntu

Changed in ubuntu:
status: Invalid → New
ill (illumilore) wrote :

Also, that is not user discoverable. It used to be a part of the dialogue window itself as a checkbox.

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