[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1759836]

2019-01-08 Thread jgwphd
BTW, add to my previous comment an additional symptom: sometimes my system will "appear to hang" entirely during boot (but it will power down normally by briefly touching the power off button when it "looks like" it is stuck). -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1759836]

2019-01-08 Thread jgwphd
When I boot up every day without exception, my machine starts up with one of the CPU cores running at 100%. I see lots of posts on other forums (Unbuntu etc) going back over a year or more blaming touchpads or nvidia or WiFi. Some even say they can't use their thumb drive if it isn't plugged in

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1759836]

2019-04-14 Thread jgwphd
This problem has been around for a long time and a lot of people have struggled with it. You can find examples such as the following on quite a few help sites, for example https://askubuntu.com/questions/1028883/ubuntu-18-04-systemd-udevd-uses- high-cpu-conflict-with-wifi -- You received this

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1788018]

2019-04-14 Thread jgwphd
This problem has been around for a long time and a lot of people have struggled with it. You can find examples such as the following on quite a few help sites, for example https://askubuntu.com/questions/1028883/ubuntu-18-04-systemd-udevd-uses- high-cpu-conflict-with-wifi -- You received this

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1788018]

2019-04-13 Thread jgwphd
An update: The problem I reported in January went away on its own after a few weeks of having the problem every single day when I booted each morning. I was installing Ubuntu software updates when they became available during that time. There is something going on during boot that causes this

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1788018]

2019-04-13 Thread jgwphd
These nerd-level suggestions all work but the root cause (the real problem) is not solved and will pop up again. How is the non-nerd supposed to do this? ...would you want your neighbor editing your system files Someone needs to fix this permanently! -- You received this bug notification

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1759836]

2019-04-13 Thread jgwphd
An update: The problem I reported in January went away on its own after a few weeks of having the problem every single day when I booted each morning. I was installing Ubuntu software updates when they became available during that time. There is something going on during boot that causes this

[Kernel-packages] [Bug 1759836]

2019-04-13 Thread jgwphd
These nerd-level suggestions all work but the root cause (the real problem) is not solved and will pop up again. How is the non-nerd supposed to do this? ...would you want your neighbor editing your system files Someone needs to fix this permanently! -- You received this bug notification