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Where does gnome-abrt report its crashes to?

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I recently submitted a crash report using the gnome-abrt application/applet and would like to file a comment to it. Which bugzilla did gnome-abrt submit it to? I had assumed that the gnome-abr user interface would tell me, or I would get an email from the bugzilla; but neither has happened.

posted Jul 14, 2013 by anonymous

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Check your settings?

run gnome-abrt
click on "Automatic Bug Reporting Tool" in the upper-left.
Choose "Preferences"--->"Events" and check your Bugzilla Settings

answer Jul 14, 2013 by anonymous
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When open gnome-abrt, to the left you have the list of packages, and if you click on one of them, then to the right you get some description and the link to Bugzilla (if you already reported the bug).

answer Jul 14, 2013 by anonymous
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