Re: Reporting 1.2K crashes
On 25 June 2013 19:21, Alexandre Rebert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 2:03 PM, Dmitrijs Ledkovs
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> From Ubuntu point of view, we'd also be interested in a similar
>> analysis. Unlike Debian we provide automatically generated packages
>> with debug symbols.
>> Similar to debian, we would most interested for development series to
>> be tested, currently saucy. At least main (~3000 packages) or universe
>> as well (total size than ~ same as Debian)
> It's great to see some interest from other distributions. We would
> love to run Mayhem on Ubuntu binaries as well. I'm wondering how
> different Debian and Ubuntu packages are though (forgive my
> There are some issues (pointed out by Marc Harber ) about identical
> bugs being reported bugs by multiple distributions that we need to
> consider as well. Feel free to contact me directly so that we can talk
> about this in more details.
There is a set of packages that are unique to debian and unique to ubuntu.
Toolchain is slightly different, w.r.t. to security and hardening
options (but that difference is becoming smaller)
There are packagesets that are ahead or behind debian.
Overall scanning ubuntu main should be small amount of packages and
capture majority of above distro differentiating divergences.