prahmod at gmail.com
Sat Jul 26 17:33:20 BST 2008
seems like i got my answer. so the package that crashed was not
registered on the launchpad. i think that was the cause that displayed
On Fri, 2008-07-25 at 11:51 -0400, Prasanna Gautam wrote:
> Prahmod wrote:
> > while trying to report the ubuntu communty about the crash report
> > generated automatically it hangs up saying that the ubuntu i have
> > installed is not genuine.what the hell is wrong with my edition.won't i
> > be able to report the crash report?ra k genuine bhaneko.i don't think
> > that is an appropriate word for linux as it is legal to modify.so genuine kasto lai bhanne ta?????
> > what does genuine mean here in linux????
> Ok. On a more serious note. What application/package were you trying to
> report? You don't mention that. And there's no such thing as "genuine
> ubuntu" but there is such a thing as "genuine ubuntu package." A
> "genuine ubuntu package" is the one that's tracked by launchpad bug
> tracking (i.e, registered with ubuntu). For a application that's not
> registered with ubuntu/launchpad's bug tracking system, such an error is
> natural. If you want to send a bug report, send it to the project's bug
> tracking page.
> Hope that clears some things.
> btw.. be a little more precise when posting.
lastly "SAY YES TO LINUX"
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