On 12/15/20 10:04 PM, Bjoern Voigt wrote:
Simon Lees wrote:
Please read the first line of the email you are
Please do not reply to this email to report issues, rather file a bug
This ensures that the right people find out about the issue.
You are right. I
often file bug reports, but here I probably can't
provide enough details for a bug report. For instance I haven't saved
the RPM output of the systemd upgrade (I only remember that surprisingly
the systemd postinstall script complained about my new pam_pwquality
option usersubstr=4) and I have no snapshot of the old system, so I can
not repeat the update. So maybe other users had a similar problem, have
more details and can file a bug report.
Unfortunately that is not the purpose of this list, you have a couple
of options, firstly you can check the bug tracker for any similar
reports then you can choose to create a report with the info you have,
at worst eventually it will be closed WONT FIX due to not enough info.
If you are unsure if a change is a bug or intentional you can either
discuss it on the users or support list or just file a bug, its less
effort for a developer to close something as not a bug then for a bunch
of people to read a post to this list.
Simon Lees (Simotek) http://simotek.net
Emergency Update Team keybase.io/simotek
SUSE Linux Adelaide Australia, UTC+10:30
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