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2831. By Brian Murray

switch from using grep to opening the cgroup file

2830. By Brian Murray

remove extra comment

2829. By Brian Murray

data/apport: Modify the check for whether or not a process is running in
the same namespace so that crashes from processes running protected in the
system.slice are considered as being from the same namespace. (LP: #1870060)

2828. By Brian Murray

releasing package apport version 2.20.11-0ubuntu50

2827. By Brian Murray

data/apport: In the event that the crashing executable does not exist on
disk any more the path name of the executable (passed by core) is appended
with '(deleted)' because apport is currently using sys.argv for argument
parsing there end up being too many arguments and apport crashes. This is
fixed by adding handling for six arguments. (LP: #1899195)

2826. By Brian Murray

etc/apport/crashdb.conf: Disable Launchpad crash reports for 20.10

2825. By Brian Murray

releasing package apport version 2.20.11-0ubuntu49

2824. By Brian Murray

data/whoopsie-upload-all: Handle the case where the .crash file is newer
than the .uploaded file by removing the .uploaded and .upload files
thereby causing the crash to get submitted. (LP: #1891657)

2823. By Brian Murray

releasing package apport version 2.20.11-0ubuntu48

2822. By Brian Murray

data/whoopsie-upload-all: When processing reports if a .crash file already
has a corresponding .uploaded file which is newer than the .crash file
remove the .crash file. This reduces the number of times the
apport-autoreport.service runs. (LP: #1891657)

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