Where does the last frame of life Ubuntu after a reboot?


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Sat and read an article about Wikileaks and I have hung completely Ubuntu. Did not work, even Alt+SysRq combinations. After reset, first launch X s flashes screen state in the form in which it was to hang — Chrome open Hebrom. Interested in the question where it comes from? A similar effect is also observed when switching accounts: before request of the password at the moment displayed the user's desktop to which you switched in the same condition in which it was before the previous change of account.
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Of VRAM, certainly. Framebuffer and all that...
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Observed this on Windows, I think 95. In Ubuntu I have not seen.
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