You can remove them individually, or by selecting multiple ones but that’s not very useful here. I don’t think you can do more using the UI.
Try the command line, though:
$ abrt --help usage: abrt [-h] [-a] [-v] COMMAND ... positional arguments: COMMAND debuginfo-install (di) install debuginfo packages for given problem gdb run GDB for a problem info (i) show problem information list (ls) list problems report (e) report problem status (st) show the number of detected problems remove (rm) remove problem backtrace (bt) show backtrace of a problem retrace generate stack trace from core dump options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -a, --authenticate authenticate COMMAND for access to all problems (default: False) -v, --version show program's version number and exit
So you should be able to do
abrt rm * or something like that hopefully.
I don’t have any reports at the moment to test it out and give you the exact command, unfortunately.
With that gui open there should be a
clear button at the bottom of the left side column that lists the errors. For my system that wipes out all the entries with one click. (The ‘clear’ button is not there if there are no entries in that column.)
Hrm, I don’t see a clear button there—what version of abrt are you on?
Thanks, I deleted all error using
# abrt-cli rm -f /var/spool/abrt/*
I don’t normally use the abrt command from the cli. I click on the calendar icon in the center of the top tool bar and it pops up the gui that has a black background and white text similar to what the OP posted. As you can see it has a clear button at the bottom.
I have abrt 2.14.6 installed on both my F34 and F35 systems
That’s not abrt, that’s just the notification panel. Clearing this only removes the notifications, but if you open abrt, the crashes will still be listed there.
Ah, awesome. That works too!