Seemed: So far. It has been over a month. Prior to that, I had times when I was working away- and suddenly the system rebooted itself without warning. Just blink… Splash screen.
I am using Lite, so gtk only- I did nothing with or about Gnome since I am not using Gnome.
Yes… It was a load of fun. Not as light as ‘/.configure > Make > Sudo make install’
Had to build from source.
It’s about officially Two Years now, since I migrated to Linux from Windows. In that short time… I have noticed that there seem to be periods of Crashing/Freezing/ Rebooting that pop up on occasion. It’s like seasonal weather.
I had that on Zorin 12 that would come and go… And at the outset of Zorin 15 - Like around 15.2… An update- it would start happening… The next update rolls down the pipe… and after a while, you notice that the crashing stopped, too.
The causes may be many and the only thing a person can really do is pull up their log files and start combing through them and see what stands out. Usually, graphics is the first culprit I suspect. But on other occurrences, it seemed more related to how xserver was communicating with the kernel and updating the kernel fixed it (Or rolling the kernel back a release). The push for Wayland is strong, and that may relate, even to us not using it. They are writing code for it in anticipation.
Next is RAM getting full. Heavy CPU and GPU usage.
In the end, the crashing issues usually stop after an update goes through.