24.5. Handling Detected Problems
abrtdcan be viewed, reported, and deleted using either the command line tool,
abrt-cli, or the graphical tool,
24.5.1. Using the Command Line Tool
ABRT has detected 1 problem(s). For more info run: abrt-cli list --since 1398783164
abrt-cli listid 6734c6f1a1ed169500a7bfc8bd62aabaf039f9aa Directory: /var/tmp/abrt/ccpp-2014-04-21-09:47:51-3430 count: 1 executable: /usr/bin/sleep package: coreutils-8.22-11.el7 time: Mon 21 Apr 2014 09:47:51 AM EDT uid: 1000 Run 'abrt-cli report /var/tmp/abrt/ccpp-2014-04-21-09:47:51-3430' for creating a case in Red Hat Customer Portal
abrt-cli listcommand has a unique identifier and a directory that can be used for further manipulation using
abrt-cli info [-d] directory_or_id
infosub-commands, pass them the
--detailed) option, which shows all stored information about the problems listed, including respective
backtracefiles if they have already been generated.
abrt-cli report directory_or_id
abrt-cliopens a text editor with the content of the report. You can see what is being reported, and you can fill in instructions on how to reproduce the crash and other comments. You should also check the backtrace because the backtrace might be sent to a public server and viewed by anyone, depending on the problem-reporter event settings.
abrt-cliuses the editor defined in the
ABRT_EDITORenvironment variable. If the variable is not defined, it checks the
EDITORvariables. If none of these variables is set, the
vieditor is used. You can set the preferred editor in your
.bashrcconfiguration file. For example, if you prefer GNU Emacs, add the following line to the file:
abrt-cli rm directory_or_id
abrt-clicommand, use the
24.5.2. Using the GUI
D-Busmessage whenever a problem report is created. If the ABRT applet is running in a graphical desktop environment, it catches this message and displays a notification dialog on the desktop. You can open the ABRT GUI using this dialog by clicking on the button. You can also open the ABRT GUI by selecting the → → menu item.
Figure 24.3. ABRT GUI