Bugzilla is a Defect Tracking System or Bug-Tracking System. Defect Tracking Systems allow individual or groups of developers to keep track of outstanding bugs in their product effectively.
This is a quick deployment and ready-to-run image.
Simple and rapid installation. Easy to maintain.
The connection to Bugzilla Bug Tracker on CentOS 8.3
- First, to connect to Bugzilla Bug Tracker, you should open port 80 by the TCP Protocol
- To access Bugzilla Bug Tracker you should go by the link http://ip in a browser (where in the link instead of “ip” type the real ip or DNS name of the virtual machine).
When you click on the link, you will see the following window, where you should click the “Log In” button at the bottom of the page to enter the account:
A user (also an administrator) for the Bugzilla Bug Tracker was created in the system according to the standard.
- After entering firstname.lastname@example.org and h9verh785R34 as username and password, respectively, you will see a window with further instructions on setting up the Bugzilla Bug Tracker system:
4. For the security of your data, it is recommended to change the mailbox address and password. To do this, go to the “Preferences” tab, upon opening you will see the following settings window:
5. After, when you go to the “Account Information” tab, you can change the standard email and password.
Connect to Ubuntu:
To connect to the virtual machine you can use the PuTTY client
(you can download it from the official site: https://www.putty.org/).
To connect to the VM, you should generate a “Private Key” in advance. This can be
done using the following instruction (by choosing the “file format:” option “.ppk” in point 3)
- Go to the SSH section in the left panel and then to Auth.
- In the “Auth” section, click “Browse” and specify the path to the .ppk file you received earlier.
- Go to the home page of “Session”, enter the IP address of the VM and click “Open”.
4. In the opened console you will need to enter the login ubuntu.