Reporting bugs with Lubuntu daily builds PPA

Phill Whiteside phillw at
Thu Sep 12 22:51:33 UTC 2013

Hi Andry,

In terms of man hours,I do think it be worth time to set up a 'quick' wiki
page to give links etc. as to how to do such testing. As the areas I knew
of are out-dated, can you please take some time to make a page up so that
people who want to test can follow how to do this.



On 12 September 2013 23:23, Andrej N. Gritsenko <andrej at> wrote:

>     Hello!
> Phill Whiteside has written on Thursday, 12 September, at 21:12:
> >if you're using the PPA builds you need to also use gdb to catch errors
> >that the devs can use to track crashes. The daily PPA's are, as you have
> >noted, not supported by ubuntu.
> >It does take quite a bit of setting up, but if you're 'up for it',
> > has how to do
> >this.
>     PPA builds already have all debug info included so no rebuild will be
> required. Using debugger and environment from that page is very essential
> to get details though.
> > is the forum area for pcmanfm.
> >I've cc'd pcmanfm developers to double check that these instructions are
> >still up to date.
>     Yes, forum exists, but, seriously, forum isn't a place to report
> bugs. All the reports are very welcomed in PCManFM's bug tracker at
> don't hesitate to write there and include details how developers can
> reproduce the bug.
> >I'd suggest awaiting for a reply from one the pcmanfm developers to ensure
> >the information I've posted up is still current.
>     Thank you very much for crossposting this.
> >Regards,
> >Phill.
> >On 12 September 2013 20:49, Pierre Gobin <lubuntu at> wrote:
> >> I am using Lubuntu daily builds PPA on Lubuntu 13.10. I would like to
> know
> >> how I can report bugs about packages which are updated by this PPA
> (PCManFM
> >> in this case).
> >> I normally use "ubuntu-bug" + Package name. But if I use this, apport
> >> tells me that this package is not support by Ubuntu, and does not report
> >> the bug.
>     PPA builds are "bleeding edge", not released yet versions so everyone
> are welcome to use them (in fact, libfm/pcmanfm is very much more feature
> rich) but be ready to catch bugs and those bugs should be reported not to
> Ubuntu but to developers, see link to bug tracker above.
>     Thank you very much.
> >> Anyone could help me ?
> >> Regards,
> >> Pierre Gobin
>     With best regards.
>     Andriy, developer.

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