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Launchpad can be used to file a bug report for any application available in the Ubuntu or <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> repositories. If the report is for a KDE application, the KDE Bug Tracking system (above) is preferred.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:96(para)
When an application crashes in <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>, the appropriate crash dialog will appear. It is usually easy to file a bug report from the dialog. With a KDE application, the KDE crash dialog will appear along with instructions for reporting the bug. Otherwise, the Ubuntu crash dialog will appear with instructions for filing a bug on Launchpad.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:107(para)
When an application crashes in KDE, a crash dialog will be presented that is similar to the following images. The first image shows the <guilabel>General</guilabel> tab which provides an overview of the crash. The second image shows the <guilabel>Developer Information</guilabel> tab which provides trace information that is useful to developers.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:116(para)
If the trace information is deemed valuable, filing a bug report is easy with the crash dialog wizard. If the trace is not deemed valuable, then it is not possible to file a bug report with the wizard. The bug report can still be filed manually at <ulink url=""/>.
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:170(para)
If the bug appears to be a duplicate, <mousebutton>click</mousebutton> the <guibutton>Add as a possible duplicate</guibutton> button. This will file the bug report and inform the developers that it may be a duplicate. This is recommended, except in cases with experienced users where it is clearly not a duplicate. <mousebutton>Clicking</mousebutton> the <guibutton>Attach to this report (Advanced)</guibutton> will attach the crash information to the report.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:312(para)
If the bug is not a duplicate, simply <mousebutton>click</mousebutton> the <guibutton>Next</guibutton> in the dialog showing the possible duplicates. A dialog will appear with <guibutton>Let me check more reports</guibutton>. To prevent checking for more reports and continue to file the report, <mousebutton>click</mousebutton> the <guibutton>There are no real duplicates</guibutton> button. A dialog will appear to enter additional information concerning the report.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:320(para)
When an application that is not KDE crashes in <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>, a pop-up notification will appear from <application>Apport</application> that is similar to the following image.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:383(para)
The following screen shots were created by crashing the application <application>VLC</application> deliberately. Crash dialogs associated with other applications will be different. In an actual bug situation, the application name, <application>VLC</application>, will be replaced by the name of the application that actually crashed.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:398(para)
After all of the information concerning the crash is collected, a dialog will be presented that displays the details of the report, and the report is sent to the developers. <mousebutton>Click</mousebutton> the <guibutton>Details...</guibutton> button to view details of the report. The following dialog will be presented.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:445(para)
After the progress dialog completes, the default web browser will open to Launchpad presenting either the login page or the beginning of the online version of the bug reporting process. After logging in (if necessary) the following page will be presented.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:479(para)
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