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Re: Help testing latest abrt-0.0.10-12.fc12



Just want to announce that I released a new abrt version, it's available in my repo, as yesterday

CHANGES:
- nothing in abrt code changed, just re-enabled kerneloops plugin, because the old kerneloops is not in F12

Thanks,
Jirka

On 11/02/2009 08:27 PM, James Laska wrote:
Greetings,

Jiri Moskovcak has asked for help testing the latest ABRT packages for
Fedora 12.  These packages are intended to fix a F12Blocker bug (see
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=531347).  Based on positive
test feedback, Jiri will adding these updated packages to the F-12
release.

If you are already using ABRT, and would like to help verify the latest
version, you can find instructions below.  If you're already relying on
ABRT to capture issues ... please help.


= Install the updated packages =

# cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
# wget http://jmoskovc.fedorapeople.org/abrt-rawhide.repo
# yum install abrt-desktop

= Testing =

The following is a list of things to test and provide feedback on.

== General ==

      1. ABRT should have an icon in Applications->System
      2. Watch out for, and report, any selinux denials
      3. When reporting a crash, ABRT should pull elfutils and yum-utils
         as dependencies
      4. When reporting a crach, check if backtraces are usable.  ABRT
         should download and use the debuginfo automatically, so
         backtraces shouldn't contain many question marks

== Plugins and Reporters ==

      1. Confirm the fix for
         https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=531347
      2. Kill a c/c++ application and see if abrt catches it -
         https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_ABRT_CCPP
      3. Introduce an unhandled python exception, and see if it catches
         it - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_ABRT_python
      4. Report a crash to bugzilla -
         https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_ABRT_Bugzilla

= Known Issues =

      1. Setting options for plugins doesn't work under root, it always
         use the defaults from /etc/abrt/plugins/*.  Actually it works if
         the whole session is under root and gui has  access to
         gnome-keyring, but who would run desktop under root...

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