Bug#475398: tasksel: add kerneloops to standard task
Frans Pop wrote:
> On Thursday 10 April 2008, maximilian attems wrote:
>> kerneloops allows to track oopses accross distribution
>> and versions. it is default installed since fedora 9.
>> it be really cool if Lenny would ship it too.
> Debian has a history of not activating any "phone home" kind of programs
> without an explicit acknowledgement from the user (e.g. popcon).
> Does kerneloops request this permission, either on installation or on
The default is to ask the user for permission before submitting anything. This
is done by kerneloops-applet apparently. See /etc/kerneloops.conf.