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Bug#475398: tasksel: add kerneloops to standard task

On Friday 11 April 2008, Per Olofsson wrote:
> Joey Hess wrote:
> > Per Olofsson wrote:
> >> The default is to ask the user for permission before submitting
> >> anything. This is done by kerneloops-applet apparently. See
> >> /etc/kerneloops.conf.
> >
> > Does that only work in gnome? What about kde/xfce?
> I think it should work in all desktop environments, at least in theory.
> The applet is started from /etc/xdg/autostart/kerneloops-applet.desktop,
> which is desktop-independent. It doesn't use any Gnome libraries, and
> uses libnotify for notifying the user.
> I have not tested, though.

I installed it without problems on my KDE desktop. It's dependencies look 
sane (did not pull in any new packages in my case) and the default 
configuration is to ask to be allowed to submit.

Only remaining question is how it works on systems that do not have a 
graphical environment installed, especially with the default of "ask".

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