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where are bug reports from ubuntu-bug saved? Or how can I upload ubuntu-bug files as further information in launchpad?

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you can add more information from comment field . if you want to upload any files can choose attachments.

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yes you can save the BUG reports to a file and you can upload them manually

1 . Offline Method For a bug report about a system crash:

apport-cli -p <package name> --save bug.crash

For a bug report about any other issue:

apport-cli -f -p <package name> --save bug.apport

2.Adding apport-collect information to an existing Launchpad bug

apport-collect <your bug_number here > 

3.Adding attachments to an existing Launchpad bug for Linux pkg's

ubuntu-bug linux

for non-linux pkg's

ubuntu-bug my_crash_report.crash


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ya, but the main problem is that I dont know where to find the uvuntu-bug reports that I want to add. :) – Luis Reithmeier Oct 16 '12 at 13:44
can you considering accept the answer ? – Raja Oct 16 '12 at 14:12
To complete the answer you could include that crash files are stored in /var/crash/. – Runium Dec 18 '12 at 5:23

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