Installation fails and the corresponding bug report

Mackenzie Morgan macoafi at
Sat Feb 21 20:05:07 UTC 2009

On Saturday 21 February 2009 4:15:37 am Vincenzo Ciancia wrote:
> Colin Watson ha scritto:
> > On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 03:25:09PM +0100, Vincenzo Ciancia wrote:
> >> On 19/02/2009 (``-_-??) -- BUGabundo wrote:
> >>> Both 2 an 3 are known, just jump on #ubuntu+1 and someone will hand 
> >>> you the LP bug ids.
> >>> about the 1st, its the 1st time I ear about it, but not many using 
> >>> Ext4 yet, due to lack of support of GUI tools.
> >> For the first problem I found a bug report identical to mine, I added to 
> >> it the ubiquity debug log. By now it completely blocks jaunty 
> > 
> > In future please file a new bug rather than doing that. It makes our
> > lives much more difficult when people tag along to an existing ubiquity
> > bug; it's actually quite difficult for users to tell whether they're
> > experiencing the same cause of problem as somebody else.
> > 
> I don't think I am getting the point: usually when I find my bug already 
> reported I add information to it. In this case the bug I found is my bug 
> so why should I open a new bug? Is this just a policy for ubiquity?

Sometimes there are multiple bugs with similar symptoms.  And sometimes the 
hardware has a similar model name but is very different.

Mackenzie Morgan
apt-get moo
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