Troubleshooting Post-Installation Configuration Problems
A lot of work has gone into Ubuntu to make it as versatile as possible, but sometimes you might come across a piece of hardware that Ubuntu is not sure about. Knowing what to do in these situations is important, especially when you are working with Ubuntu for the first time.
Because Ubuntu (and Linux in general) is built on a resilient UNIX foundation, it is much more stable than some operating systems. However, even though things might seem to be working fine, Ubuntu could have a problem that might not affect the appearance of the system. In this section, you learn how to examine some of Ubuntu’s built-in error logs to help you discover or diagnose unseen problems.
Ubuntu has a command ...