Comment 4 for bug 570443

sorry to dissapoint, but last time it crashed i could not even get the OS to
boot again. kept saying files were missing and corrupt. i'm just gonna
have to reload the OS. I will be glad to help you out if this problem
occurs with this next attempt at Ubuntu,

On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 8:11 AM, Bryce Harrington
<email address hidden>wrote:

> Hi Tom,
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> ** Tags added: crash
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> ** Tags added: needs-xorglog
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> ** Tags added: needs-lspci-vvnn
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> ** Changed in: xorg-server (Ubuntu)
> Status: New => Incomplete
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> login screen crash after idle
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/570443
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> Status in “xorg-server” package in Ubuntu: Incomplete
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> Bug description:
> In Ubuntu 10.04 once i lock the screen and turn off the monitor and let the
> computer sit until it becomes idle the computer will lock up and not display
> the login screen after either keyboard or mouse activity (the mouse cursor
> will be displayed and move but there is nothing but a black backdrop. To
> resolve this problem the computer has to be turned off and back on.
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