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This document provides step-by-step procedures for filing <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> bug reports.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:15(para)
Types of Bug Reports
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:23(title)
Generally, there are three types of bug reports: <emphasis>crash</emphasis>, <emphasis>non-crash</emphasis>, and <emphasis>feature request</emphasis>.
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:24(para)
Overview of bug types
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:29(title)
An application or system crash or failure. Most of the time, a crash dialog will be presented that can be turned into a bug report.
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Located in bugs/C/bugs.xml:30(para)
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:42(term)
A bug or regression that doesn't cause the application to crash, but does cause the application to stop functioning properly.
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:46(para)
Also known as a wish list item, this type of report is filed to add a function to an application, or to change something in the application that isn't due to a regression or a crash.
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:57(para)
Register first
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:81(title) docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:110(title) docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:672(title)
Filing a Crash Report
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Located in docs/bugs/C/bugs.xml:129(title)
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