How to Disable Apport in Ubuntu

You probably have seen the error message: “Sorry, Ubuntu 13.04 Has Experienced An Internal Error” countless times. There are several bugs in Ubuntu 13.04 that keep causing problems to the system and everytime it does, the system will show an error message (also known as apport). The worst thing is that there is basically nothing you can do about it as it doesn’t provide you the detail of the crash or a way to fix it. This means that the apport is nothing more than just an annoying message that disrupt my work again and again.

Luckily, there is a way to disable apport in Ubuntu, and it is pretty simple.

Open a terminal and type:

sudo nano /etc/default/apport

Change the

enabled=1

to

enabled=0

disable-apport-terminal

Save and exit.

That’s it.

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