A happy 19.10 non bug report and a question

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A happy 19.10 non bug report and a question

Christopher Patti
So I noticed that after upgrading my laptop to 19.10 my system was crashing when it went to sleep.

I started trying to figure out where to file a bug report, and then realized that I should probably try an update first.

I did that, and noticed a bunch of systemd updates flowing by.

The problem was fixed!

Which leads me to wonder - what's the best way to stay on top of new changes flowing into a given release?

Thank in advance for such a wonderful distribution!

-Chris

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Re: A happy 19.10 non bug report and a question

Cody Smith
The best way is to keep up with updates. There are so many projects and packages that make up Ubuntu and it's flavors that there's really no feasible way to track aside from keeping on top of updates and checking if the bug still exists after.

If the bug DOES still exist, be sure and file that bug report!

--c_smith

On Sun, Jun 16, 2019 at 9:53 AM, Christopher Patti <[hidden email]> wrote:
So I noticed that after upgrading my laptop to 19.10 my system was crashing when it went to sleep. I started trying to figure out where to file a bug report, and then realized that I should probably try an update first. I did that, and noticed a bunch of systemd updates flowing by. The problem was fixed! Which leads me to wonder - what's the best way to stay on top of new changes flowing into a given release? Thank in advance for such a wonderful distribution! -Chris
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