Sugar on XOs runs on Fedora Linux. There are also Sugar packages for a number of other Linux distributions. When Sugar is packaged for a new distribution, please add the bug tracker for that system to this page, along with a link to information on how to use it.
Fedora specific bugs
To report a bug in Fedora, go to http://bugzilla.redhat.com.
Please try to reproduce the bug in a standard Fedora installation, or in a Fedora Live CD, because many Fedora package maintainers might be unfamiliar with Sugar. In many cases, you can get along by setting up a VM in VirtualBox or QEMU.
For hardware related bugs, the output of dmesg and lsmod is useful information to attach. For networking bugs, iwconfig and ifconfig usually provide interesting output.
Refer to the Bugs and Feature Requests page for detailed instructions on filing Fedora bugs.
About Debian Bug Tracking System (BTS)
We strongly recommend that you report bugs in Debian using the reportbug program. To install and start it, simply run:
# aptitude install reportbug $ reportbug
It will guide you through the bug reporting process step by step.
If you have questions that the interactive prompts of reportbug do not resolve, you can refer to the rest of the documentation at the link above, or ask the Debian user mailing list.
Ubuntu uses the apport/ubuntu-bug program to gather data on software problems and report bugs. Usage is
apport-bug <package name>
for non-running programs, and
for running programs. See
for other options.
- Bugzilla MiniHowto (in Russian)
- ALT Linux Bugzilla Documentation (in Russian)
- Developers: You can go directly to Bugzilla and report a bug.
- Non-technical users: You may try first the OpenSUSE Forums.
- Want to learn: It is not the easiest thing that you ever did, but it is not rocket science either.
From Slackware made easy:
For most of its history, since the first release in 1993, Slackware has been largely the work of one developer: California-based 42-year-old Patrick Volkerding. Pat had some assistance from other paid developers in the distro's earlier days, but now he's a one-man band - albeit with the help of bug reports and patches from the community - and uses sales of Slackware boxed sets to fund his work on the distro.
An affable chap with a quirky sense of humour, Pat's down-to-earth geekness puts many long-time Linuxers at ease. Got a question? Try Pat. Got a suggestion? Try Pat. Want to file a bug report? Try Pat. Don't worry about mailing lists, project leaders and Bugzilla accounts - Pat's your man. Indeed, he's known as The Man in Slackware circles.
Pat says that he may be reached via email at: volkerdi at slackware dot com
If you are willing to do systematic testing of packages in a particular distribution at each package release or upgrade and each distro upgrade, please add your name and data here, and e-mail Mokurai. This does not entail a commitment to test every version of every package in the Sugar Labs Activity repository, just the packages included with your chosen distribution.
Ubuntu 11.4 Natty Narwhal
- 307206 sugar moon activity works and should be packaged—Done. Please close.
- 601219 Sugar package files installed in wrong directory--Mostly fixed, except sliderpuzzle and jigsaw, which have other issues.
- 284968 Jigsaw fails to launch--Actually, cannot install because python-abiword is still missing.
- 307209 sugar speak activity works fine and should be packaged.
- 307225 sugar ruler works/should be packaged, screen resolution fix
- 460111 sugar browse fails -- libxul.so: No such file or directory
- 623726 read fails to start--Starts now, but does not open file.
- 731133 TurtleArt cannot start due to missing files.
- 788815 Sugar Flipsticks activity crashes on start.
- 788822 Sugar SliderPuzzle activity dependent on missing Abiword.
- 788832 Firefox in Sugar hangs on exit