How to Disable Error Messages on Ubuntu 13.04

As I use Ubuntu 13.04 more and more I find that it has a problem with lots of error messages like the one shown below. This tutorial will show you how to disable these error messages.

Ubuntu_Error

The first step to do to disable the error messages on Ubuntu 13.04 is to open the terminal and run the following command:

sudo apt-get install gksu

Once you have run the above command you will be asked for your user password as shown below.

Ubuntu_Error_Msgs_02

After successfully running the above command you will need to run the following command to open a text file that can be edited.

gksu gedit /etc/default/apport

Once you have run the above command you will need to change “enabled=1” to “enabled=0” as shown in the screenshot below.

Ubuntu_Error_Msgs_04

Once you have completed the step shown above you will no longer get those pesky error messages.

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