Generalized probabilistic satisfiability. We analyze a generalized probabilistic satisfiability problem (GenPSAT) which consists in deciding the satisfiability of linear inequalities involving probabilities of classical propositional formulas. GenPSAT is proved to be {ssf NP}-complete and we present a polynomial reduction to Mixed-Integer Programming. Capitalizing on this translation, we implement and test a solver for the GenPSAT problem. As previously observed for many other NP-complete problems, we are able to detect a phase transition behaviour for GenPSAT.