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glibcbug



SYNOPSIS

       glibcbug


DESCRIPTION

       glibcbug  is  a tool for reporting bugs to the glibc main­
       tainers.  It automatically starts an editor where the user
       can  enter  details  of the bug. On completion, the bug is
       sent to the appropriate address.  The User should  replace
       the  comments (text surrounded by <angle quotes>, and fill
       in the Subject: and From: lines with a summary and  e-mail
       address.

       If  the  user  believes  the  bug is related to SuSE Linux
       rather than to the glibc package, then an email to  <feed­
       back@suse.de> should be send instead.


ENVIRONMENT

       glibcbug  will utilize the following enviromntal variables
       if they exist:

       EDITOR and VISUAL Specifies the preferred editor. If  nei­
              ther  are  set,  glibcbug  will default to emacs as
              editor.

       HOME   Directory in which the failed bug report  is  saved
              if the mail fails.


AUTHOR

       Alastair McKinstry <mckinstry@computer.org>.

                         10 January 2002              glibcbug(1)
  




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