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In Debian, I can use the above URL to quickly see the open bugs for a package. In Ubuntu, it seems I have to go to launchpad, and click, click, click... which is .

Is there a quick way to see all the bugs of a package in Ubuntu? One which doesn't require clicking through hell and back?

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There's a link called "Bug Reports" at the package information page of every Ubuntu package. You can also try to open[PACKAGE NAME]/+bugs directly.

Take apache2 in Ubuntu 9.10 as an example: leads to

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The packages link, while still not as direct as Debian's (well, looks like it's the same code as p.d.o), is better than "clicking through hell and back", so thanks. – Jürgen A. Erhard Mar 19 '10 at 17:50

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