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  1. #1
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    How to handle unclear error notifications?

    Hi,

    A lot of vague notifications have started to pop up on several of my Fedora systems (I am using Fedora 24), such as "Oops, something went wrong with package xyz, you might want to tell the maintainer about that". These notifications don't specify why they think something went wrong, so I don't know if I should care, I can't try to fix it myself, and I can't file a bug report out of it.

    Therefore:
    - Is there a way to get detailed notifications?
    - Is there a way to filter out non-critical notifications?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: How to handle unclear error notifications?

    If you're running Gnome, try running the Problem Reporting gui. I have a couple of gnome-shell oops showing up in mine. You can report them from the gui.

    dd_wizard

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    [Solved] Re: How to handle unclear error notifications?

    This GUI is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much!

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