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# The ''abrt-applet'' system tray icon should emerge with notification stating "Crash in package foo-1.2.3 has been detected"
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# The notification stating "We're sorry it looks like a problem occurred. If you'd like to help ..." should appear
# Clicking on the notification should open ''abrt-gui''
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# Clicking the "Report" button should open the ABRT GUI (no need to report)
# The GUI should let you select and report the crash (no need to finish the report)
 
# The GUI should let you delete the crash
 
 
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Latest revision as of 10:45, 10 April 2015

Description

This test case tests the functionality of the ABRT feature.


How to test

  1. Check that the abrtd and abrt-applet processes are both running.
  2. Kill some running process: kill -SIGSEGV (pid). It must be a process that is part of a signed Fedora package.
  3. Kill at least two different running processes.
Warning.png
When using a live image
Please don't kill large applications (e.g. Firefox), because the coredumps and downloaded debuginfo packages take large amount of space and it could exhaust all your available memory.
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Good candidates
If you don't have your favorite package to crash here are few examples:
  • bash
  • sleep
  • top

Expected Results

  1. The notification stating "We're sorry it looks like a problem occurred. If you'd like to help ..." should appear
  2. Clicking the "Report" button should open the ABRT GUI (no need to report)