How can I, as a submitter of a specific bug, close it?

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How can I, as a submitter of a specific bug, close it?

Postby jobezone » 2005-08-25 07:55

Hi,
there was one ocasion where I inadvertadely sent a nonsense bugreport, when I was testing bugreport, and I assumed it wouldn't send it if I didn't have a MTA configured and working. Well, it was sent, and I didn't know how to close it. It has been closed by the maintainer, but in the future, how could I have done this?

Thanks
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Re: How can I, as a submitter of a specific bug, close it?

Postby jobezone » 2005-08-25 08:00

jobezone wrote:Hi,
there was one ocasion where I inadvertadely sent a nonsense bugreport, when I was testing bugreport, and I assumed it wouldn't send it if I didn't have a MTA configured and working. Well, it was sent, and I didn't know how to close it. It has been closed by the maintainer, but in the future, how could I have done this?

Thanks

Nevermind, just found out in http://www.debian.org/Bugs/Developer#closing that I can send an e-mail to nnn-done@bugs.debian.org, where nnn is the bug number, and include in the body the reason for closing it.
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