abrt version: 2.0.5
reason: Exception: This failure intentionally triggered.
time: Tue Aug 16 15:04:54 2011
anaconda-tb-yZztNt: Text file, 82738 bytes
:The following was filed automatically by anaconda:
:anaconda 16.14.5 exception report
:Traceback (most recent call first):
: File "/tmp/updates/pyanaconda/gui.py", line 1166, in run
: raise Exception("This failure intentionally triggered.")
: File "/tmp/updates/pyanaconda/dispatch.py", line 304, in run
: File "/usr/sbin/anaconda", line 806, in <module>
:Exception: This failure intentionally triggered.
Created attachment 518512 [details]
This was created intentionally as part of a test case to make sure that installation bugs could be reported. Closing.
Comments and cc aren't changed on reproduction, reopening to see if the status of the bug makes a difference
I was added in the cc list automatically by triggering this bug intentionally on anaconda 16.14.6 of F14-alpha-rc5, but comments weren't changed.
(In reply to comment #4)
> I was added in the cc list automatically by triggering this bug intentionally
> on anaconda 16.14.6 of F14-alpha-rc5, but comments weren't changed.
I asked about this and was told that it is expected behavior.
I was also correctly CCed. I think we can close this one?
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