/etc/kerneloops.conf

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    # Configuration file for the kerneloops.org kernel crash collector
    #
    
    #
    # Set the following variable to "yes" if you want to automatically
    # submit your oopses to the database for use by your distribution or the
    # Linux kernel developers
    #
    #
    # PRIVACY NOTE
    # Enabling this option will cause your system to submit certain kernel
    # output to the kerneloops.org website, where it will be available via
    # this website to developers and everyone else.
    # The submitted info are so-called "oopses", kernel crash signature.
    # However, due to the nature of oopses, it may happen that a few
    # surrounding lines of the oops in the "dmesg" are being sent together
    # with the oops.
    #
    # Default is "ask" which uses a UI application t ask the user for permission
    #
    allow-submit = ask
    
    #
    # Set the following variable to "yes" if you want to allow your
    # Linux distribution vendor to pass the oops on to the central kerneloops.org
    # database as used by the Linux kernel developers
    #
    allow-pass-on = yes
    
    #
    # URL for submitting the oopses
    #
    
    submit-url = http://submit.kerneloops.org/submitoops.php
    
    #
    # Path to syslog file containing full kernel logging output
    #
    
    log-file = /var/log/kern.log
    
    #
    # Script or program to pipe oops submits to
    # Comment out for no pipe submission
    #
    
    submit-pipe = /usr/share/apport/kernel_oops

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