Like the title says. I installed Ubuntu 18.04 today on my Samsung Notebook 9. It was going fine until all the apps became unresponsive, some app icons disappeared, and then I was back at the login screen. I couldn’t actually login. When I clicked on my profile, instead of a password, it asked for a username, but returned me to the profile selection screen before I could type anything. Then it shut down, giving me tons of error messages on a black background.
I installed Linux because windows kept blue screening. I didn’t think there was anything wrong with my 2 year old laptop so I figured that was a Windows issue. But maybe it is a hardware problem?
Any possible software fixes would be appreciated first.
Good morning, GSA friends!
I was wondering how it affects everything if SER shuts down abruptly.
I have a keyboard with a shutdown key. I have to re-assign it, if possible, b/c it’s been pressed accidentally a few times.
I’ve noticed SER does not show the Submitted or Verified links when I restart the program.
Is it just the totals that are affected? Anything else?
When I run ‘ModemManager –debug’ on the terminal, I get this output: https://pastebin.com/pR0CRzQi
Running mmcli -L gets me :/org/freedesktop/ModemManager1/Modem/0 [huawei] E3372
and running mmcli -m 0 gets me :https://pastebin.com/72aVjYcC
When I try to start modemmanager by sudo /usr/sbin/ModemManager, I get :
ModemManager: ModemManager (version 1.10.0) starting in system bus…
ModemManager: Could not acquire the ‘org.freedesktop.ModemManager1’ service name
ModemManager: ModemManager is shut down
I’ve been trying all the solutions on google but to no avail. Any help is greatly appriciated!
hi all i am new to Ubuntu
i want to install Ubuntu in my laptop hp 250 but it always shuts down in the first seconds and not installing
i searched in the net and installed it with
my question is what is
nomodeset and is it normal to install Ubuntu using this option
I have a system with 4xRTX2080 used primarily for ml model training.
Nvidia driver version: 430.26 CUDA Version: 10.2
I use VSCode’s remote development extension to remote into the machine and start the training. The GPU usage is usually higher than 70% on all 4 GPUs when training.
If I leave the system like this for ~12 hours the ssh connection will break, the computer will go offline, but the pc won’t power off. If I hook up a keyboard and a monitor to it, there is no output signal to the monitor, and the pc doesn’t react to the keyboard input.
It’s very important for me to be able to leave the training for longer periods of time without worrying that the computer will turn off.
How do I even begin to debug this?
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I own the MSI gs63vr and I have dual boot running (Windows 10 64Bit and Ubuntu 18.04 64Bit) and I have the problem, that when I unplug my power chord while using Ubuntu it will shut down. This does not happen instantly, instead it happens whenever I press anything or wait too long (~3 Minutes). Booting without the notebook being plugged in, won’t succeed. Meanwhile Windows works perfectly fine, meaning the battery itself is fine. Are there any hidden settings in Ubuntu which might fix that?
Im planning on switching from windows 10 to linux.After downloading the latest ubuntu desktop and mounting it into a bootable usb. I boot it up and the gui wasnt there its just plane gray text over black screen and I went on to continue with install ubuntu choice and the screen goes black and after a few seconds the entire computer shuts off. Did i do something wrong?
I have a Dell XPS 13 9380 running Xubuntu 18.04. Xubuntu is the only OS on the machine. My kernel version is 4.18.0. I have successfully flashed the most recent BIOS update from Dell’s site. I have also implemented the solution from the first comment on this post. Unfortunately, that did not resolve the issue.
My current issue is that the machine will seem to suspend but when I press the power button to bring it up, the screen flashes once then goes dark. I press the power button once more and the Xubuntu logo appears but then the machine shuts down. This happens every time I attempt to bring it out of suspend.
Are there settings that I should be aware of for fixing this issue?
The phone continuely shuts down saying it overheating when it’s not hot at all. It then comes good and will work well for weeks then it will start playing up again.