However, what is written is "report_metrics" which is not read by
whoopsie. So to avoid any confusion the best approach seems to be to
just remove /etc/whoopsie.
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report_crashes setting not written
Status in whoopsie package in Ubuntu:
Status in whoopsie-preferences package in Ubuntu:
Status in whoopsie source package in Bionic:
Status in whoopsie-preferences source package in Bionic:
whoopsie was built with two settings, report_metrics (statistics like
popcon - currently unused) and report_crashes (for reporting crash
reports to the Error Tracker). However, only report_metrics gets
written to '/etc/whoopsie' while the setting for report_crashes is
defined by having whoopsie.disable. This complicates matters as there
are two places to look for whoopsie settings '/etc/whoopsie' and
checking for a .disable file. It'd be best if "report_crashes" was
also written to '/etc/whoopsie'.
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