linux.fix.temp: Linux bug fix report template

linux.fix.temp: Linux bug fix report template

Post by Matt Wel » Wed, 29 Jul 1992 22:52:07



### This is "linux.fix.temp", the template used to report bug report
### UPDATES or FIXES. If you're on a UNIX system, use the 'ibug' program
### posted to comp.os.linux to fill out and mail this template to

### and mail it by hand. Please see the "Guidelines for Reporting Linux
### Bugs" (posted to comp.os.linux and included with ibug) before reporting
### a bug or bug fix.
###
### Lines beginning with a '#' will be removed in the bug report.
### This template is to be used as an update to a previous bug report
### (i.e. to report fixes, patches, or workarounds). Please set the "Summary"
### line to the SAME summary as the bug report you are updating!
### You can make changes to the File: line. Include Setup and Revision info
### in the description, as this will just be appended to the original bug
### report (not filed as a seperate report).


Subject: LINUX BUG REPORT *UPDATE*
Date:

From:       <your complete e-mail address>
File:       <program or file, along with revision, that's causing problems>

Summary:    <same summary line as original bug report>

Description:

  <Description of problem, as many lines as you want>

---cut here------

UNIX-SQA, Data General Corporation RTP        Office: +1 919 248 6070
  "Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball."

 
 
 

1. linux.temp: Linux bug report template

### This is "linux.temp"-- the bug report template used by ibug to report
### Linux bugs. If you're on a UNIX system, you can just use the 'ibug'
### program posted to comp.os.linux. If not, save this template and fill

###
### Lines beginning with a '#' will be removed in the bug report.
### Please post your problem to comp.os.linux and/or verify the problem as
### a bug yourself before submission.


Subject: LINUX BUG REPORT
Date:

From:       <your complete e-mail address>
Revision:   <replace with rev and patchlevel of Linux kernel>
Setup:      <one line description of your system's setup>
File:       <program or file, along with revision, that's causing problems>

Summary:    <one line summary of problem>

Description:

  <Description of problem, as many lines as you want>

---cut here-----


UNIX-SQA, Data General Corporation RTP        Office: +1 919 248 6070
  "Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball."

2. accounting network traffic

3. Netscapes libraries fix / Does not fix java bugs though

4. Number9 I128 configuration problem

5. Slab cache name fixes / reiserfs boot bug fix.

6. modprobe still looks for net modules from modular days

7. PATCH: 2.5.40 Fix stupid scsi setup bug in 53c406, fix addressing

8. two PCI network cards - same IRQ

9. PATCH: fix ALi 32bitisms, fix ALi FIFO, fix ALi IRQ crash

10. bug reporting, fix logging

11. Bug in stdlib.h: where to report it so that it is fixed?

12. Problem fixed ... bug report!

13. How to submit bug reports/fixes