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Resolved problem by removing .gimp-2.8 folder in home


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I have the same situation since yesterday morning. So far I haven't any solution but I found this: According to Hector R on this issue on GitLab Step1 flatpak install org.freedesktop.Platform/x86_64/19.08 Step2 flatpak uninstall --unused Step3 flatpak update NOTE: in the latest step maybe the system update some packages and ...


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Solution: change the driver to original Nvidia driver instead of Nouveau driver. Issue was resolved.How To Switch to NVidia driver


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I think both Chrome and Firefox use PPAPI, the pepper flash plugin so could be a compatibility issue with that. I would try looking in ~/.xsession-errors or ~/.xsession-errors.old if you have had to reboot. Also if you have an Intel display adapter then try enabling "sna" as the Acceleration Method, it fixes a lot of video issues with some Intel chipsets in ...


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I found a temporary reprieve from this issue by disabling the 'Always show remote images' option in Reading preferences, it was driving me nuts!! Hope that helps.


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Running the command sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-wily will upgrade your Kernel to 4.2, which solved many of my issues with Skylake.


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So, I've found the culprit! The wingpanel-indicator-sound version 2.0.3 is the one that's crashing and thus making the entire wingpanel disappear. Removing the package is a temporary solution. I've already submitted a bug report on the wingpanel-indicator-sound project page.


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I found the workaround here: https://github.com/elementary/music/issues/391 It crashes on startup if an NTFS partition is mounted. I unmounted all network shares and it doesn't crash on startup for me anymore.


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I found the workaround here: https://github.com/elementary/music/issues/391 It crashes on startup if an NTFS partition is mounted. I unmounted all network shares and it doesn't crash on startup for me anymore.


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@Travis So the conclusion is "No luck either though.". Actually it's my first time when I had update elementary os trouble. I think that elementary os creators should read elementaryos.stackexchange.com from time to time ;). Faltpak in their opinion is "the future for our AppCenter ecosystem".So I try to send them this link of troubles. Not so easy I'm ...


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what I recommend you is to try to do this using command lines. Open your terminal application and execute flatpak update ! without sudo, otherwise you will receive an error message. Another option that works for me in a bit complicated situations is sudo flatpak repair.


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If you can't get any response and are forced to reboot, then after the system comes back up, you can look at various log files in /var/log such as /var/log/syslog and scroll up to the time before you rebooted and look for any events that could indicate a problem causing the freeze. Besides syslog in /var/log there's kernlog and Xorg.0.log which may offer up ...


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You can enter the recovery mode and reset your system settings. There are many reasons for this problem. You can edit the Startup menu at the grub interface E, enter ‘acpi=off’, and then press F10 into the system. If you can see the desktop, please uninstall the graphics driver.


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I've found something interesting that may be related to your issue: Baytrail complete freeze If you are using kernel > 3.16 on Baytrail architecture and randomly encounter total system freezes, the following kernel option is a workaround until this bug is fixed in the linux kernel. intel_idle.max_cstate=1 This is originally an Intel CPU ...


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This also happens on AMD desktops too. I cannot seem to pinpoint it, and it is rather annoying. I don't really have a solution, but try adding these repos to keep up to date with your software. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-5-3 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-x-swat/updates Those will keep LibreOffice Stable and you video ...


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The most recent system update as of mid July 2017 in appcenter seems to partially fix the application problems; as I suspected the gtk-warning/error have now been removed. This allowed me to open apps which previously crashed such as Libreoffice and Skrooge. However, system slowdowns and lockups persisted. If you read the issues in my OP you would see I have ...


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When it freezes up, try to get to the terminal: Ctrl+Alt+F2. If it works, have a look at the following logs, /var/log/lightdm/lightdm.log and /var/log/syslog. Also, try restarting lightdm service: sudo service lightdm restart Those are not the only logs to check, but it's a good start. You can either try to reproduce the problem or check the logs by date, ...


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ok I fix the problem by upgrading to kernel 4.11 and blacklist the nouveau driver and install bbswitch and load it at startup via modules.conf


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This worked for me: mv ~/.local/share/applications ~/.local/share/applications.temp I eventually removed the applications.temp folder. source


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I just tried running an Arch system via live USB and it crashed the same way elementary has been. I conclude it must be a hardware issue.


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I've made progress, done updates and used clamtk to neutralise the trojan that caused it. I think it came from an ad-spamming website hdeuropics, where I watched a frebbie movie, I went searching for every possible file it could have got to but went too far and destroyed my profile's system shared user files, meaning I couldn't log in. I used terminal to ...


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I managed to solve the problem by disabling the USB 3.0 support in the notebook's BIOS. Note: This also made the "quite splash" edit obsolete.


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I have this bug also on stable release of Loki. It's probably this bug 1635254 (desktop freezes & misbehaves on login) As a temporary fix i changed Settings => Security & Privacy, unchecked lock after screen turn off.


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