BusyBox v1.27.2 (Ubuntu 1:1.27.2-2 Ubuntu3) built-in shell (ash) (initramfs)

Asked by Tom on 2019-01-06

I've had this problem for a long time (probably since Feb 2018). (Written Nov 9, 2018 "My Ubuntu 18.04 has crashed about 3 times in a 6 month period. I've had to Darik Nuke
it each time. What's causing it is BusyBox v1.27.2. I haven't the notion how it gets in
the computer. Can you help?") I forget to whom, I think Canonica.

Again, I've had this problem for awhile. Today, Jan 6, 2019 it happened again. AMD 64-bit computer, crashed or sortof' crashed.
I don't know how to solve it. It's happening about every 2 months. Darik Nuke doesn't fix this.

Please solve this problem. I have Reynauds and Dupuytren Contracture, plus a stroke in 2016, but I'm still trying and thinking.
I'll keep the computer on until I get something from you folks.
Please help~TR/ griphon2

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Tom (griphon2) said : #1

This is bug in 18.04. I don't understand the bug, but it's a bug and it's big.
How do I restart my computer? My computer has not crashed, but it's
created a gliche, and long lasting.

Tom (griphon2) said : #2

I've no idea how to correct this problem. None of the things on the Internet works. I dont want to Darik Nuke it.
It's not the right solution. It will come back in roughly 2 months. Please help. My computer appears to crash, it's
not crashed. BusyBox has done something.

Tom (griphon2) said : #3

I've solved it.

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