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Old September 28th, 2013, 12:21 AM   #1038 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by nickdalzell View Post
i see tons of parallels with Microsoft regarding Ubuntu. from error reporting, to crash protection (Windows problem reports/solutions), to random rebooting after updates (automatic updates) to various others. thankfully, it can be turned off.
And...drum-roll please...I've never experienced ANY of that. Never, ever, and I've used *buntu since its earliest days. Of course, since 5.04 it's been Kubuntu for me, but still--are you guys talking about those kinds of problems with Kubuntu, too, or just Ubuntu proper?

one glitch i'm still trying to iron out at this time is the random (out of nowhere) issue where Chrome goes into an endless loop and chews through 100% CPU until it panics and forces a shutdown all on its own. when my machine boots up, i see this screen saying 'invalid iomem size, you might experience problems' and when i go into suspend, it says something about CPU package power limit notification. is this something i should be worried about?
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