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  • Apport intercepts Program crashes, collects debugging information about the crash and the operating system environment, and sends it to bug trackers in a standardized form. It also offers the user to report a bug about a package, with again collecting as much information about it as possible.
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  • * apport: Drop re-nicing. This might decrease the time a user has to wait for apport to finish the core dump for a crashed/hanging foreground process.
  • It currently supports - Crashes from standard signals (SIGSEGV, SIGILL, etc.) through the kernel coredump handler (in piping mode) - Unhandled Python exceptions - GTK, KDE, and command line user interfaces - Packages can ship hooks for collecting speficic data (such as /var/log/Xorg.0.log for X.org, or modified gconf settings for GNOME programs ...
  • * apport-kde tests: Fix imports to make tests work again. * Fix UnicodeDecodeError on parsing non-ASCII environment variables. * apport: use the proper pid when calling apport in another PID namespace ...
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  • This adds support for PID namespaces in apport. With that change, crashes originating from a container on a system running a >= 3.12 kernel will be automatically redirected to apport inside the container.
  • Improvements: * fileutils.py, shared_libraries(): Return a "name → path" dict instead of just a set of names. Thanks Kyle Nitzsche. * sandboxutils.py: Support unpackaged executables, i. e. reports which do not
  • Translated and reviewed by İbrahim Çelik on 2014-08-19 Located in ../gtk/apport-gtk.ui.h:2 ../debian/tmp/usr/share/apport/apport-gtk.ui.h:2
  • Improvements: * testsuite: Run with Python 3 by default. To test with Python 2, run "PYTHON=python2 test/run". Bug fixes: * apport: Redefine sys.std{out,err} when redirecting output, as they are None
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  • It currently supports - Crashes from standard signals (SIGSEGV, SIGILL, etc.) through the kernel coredump handler (in piping mode) - Unhandled Python exceptions - GTK, KDE, and command line user interfaces - Packages can ship hooks for collecting speficic data (such as /var/log/Xorg.0.log for X.org, or modified gconf settings for GNOME programs ...
  • I am a friendly bot which automatically provides symbolic stack traces to apport crash reports. Please contact Brian Murray (brian-murray) for questions about myself.
  • 0 blueprints and 0 bugs targeted . There are no feature specifications or bug tasks targeted to this milestone. The project's maintainer, driver, or bug supervisor can target specifications and bug tasks to this milestone to track the things that are expected to be completed for the release.
  • Bug heat is one of the stories under development by the Launchpad Bugs team for what is being called Launchpad v4.0.. Current focus: story-bug-heat bugs Drivers: Graham Binns and Deryck Hodge
  • It currently supports - Crashes from standard signals (SIGSEGV, SIGILL, etc.) through the kernel coredump handler (in piping mode) - Unhandled Python exceptions - GTK, KDE, and command line user interfaces - Packages can ship hooks for collecting speficic data (such as /var/log/Xorg.0.log for X.org, or modified gconf settings for GNOME programs ...
  • - Drop some remaining distro specific pieces of code. - Add hookutils methods for attaching relevant packages, greatly improve attach_alsa() for sound problem debugging.
  • * apport: Drop re-nicing. This might decrease the time a user has to wait for apport to finish the core dump for a crashed/hanging foreground process.
  • Activities Assigned to you: No blueprints or bugs assigned to you. Assignees: No users assigned to blueprints and bugs.
  • It currently supports - Crashes from standard signals (SIGSEGV, SIGILL, etc.) through the kernel coredump handler (in piping mode) - Unhandled Python exceptions - GTK, KDE, and command line user interfaces - Packages can ship hooks for collecting speficic data (such as /var/log/Xorg.0.log for X.org, or modified gconf settings for GNOME programs ...
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