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Signed-off-by: Matej Habrnal <>
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apidoc doc: remove obsolete doxygen tags Sep 19, 2017
augeas limit ourselves to *.conf in /etc/abrt Feb 26, 2014
doc build: conditionalize the Python2 and Python3 Apr 27, 2018
icons Add ABRT hexa stickers Feb 22, 2018
init-scripts abrtd.service: force abrt-dbus to load changes from conf Jun 18, 2018
maint Spelling fixes Mar 26, 2017
po Translation updates May 31, 2018
scripts fix helper debug build script Oct 23, 2013
src ccpp: add %h and %e parameter into abrt-hook-ccpp Jun 14, 2018
tests testsuite: fix path for augeas in ccpp-plugin-hook Jun 28, 2018
.dir-locals.el Emacs project-wide code-style settings Apr 12, 2010
.gitignore journal-catalog: add abrt's catalog source files Nov 7, 2016 New version 2.10.10 May 31, 2018 Add basic documentation Mar 11, 2016
COPYING moved files Feb 19, 2009
ChangeLog add end-of-line to a few files which didn't have it on last line Sep 18, 2009 doc: add a guide for ABRT hackers Oct 19, 2016 doc: add a guide for ABRT hackers Oct 19, 2016 remove init.d services Jan 30, 2018 Add basic documentation Mar 11, 2016
abrt-doxygen.cfg doxygen config for abrt Aug 20, 2010 abrt-bodhi: use CCpp PackageManager configuration directive from conf… Aug 5, 2016 spec: remove duplicated python3-devel Jul 10, 2018
asciidoc.conf Asciidoc manpage support; abrt-action-mailx manpage May 2, 2011 autogen: ignore abrt's python packages Feb 6, 2018
config.mak silent xmlto generation May 5, 2011 testsuite: port python's tests to python3 Apr 27, 2018
gen-version New version 2.10.10 May 31, 2018
zanata.xml translations: update zanata configuration Feb 11, 2016


A set of tools to help users detect and report application crashes.


Its main purpose is to ease the process of reporting an issue and finding a solution.

The solution in this context might be a bugzilla ticket, knowledge base article or a suggestion to update a package to a version containing a fix.


Every ABRT program and configuration file has a man page describing it. It is also possible to read the ABRT documentation online. For contributors and developers, there are also wiki pages describing some topics to deeper technical details.



ABRT consist of several services and many small utilities. While The utilities can be successfully run from the source directories after build, the services often uses the utilities to do actions and expect the utilities installed in the system directories. Hence to run the services, it is recommended to install ABRT first and run them as system services. The instructions how to build and install ABRT can be found in