maparillo at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 19:06:37 UTC 2016
Thank you for testing. I know your first bug is reported as:
can add yourself if you care to.
On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 3:02 PM, <eva.milou at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just been installing Kubuntu Beta on two laptops. No Idea if I am posting
> the right way. But I found some bugs.
> Entering the live desktop, in the left corner is a small window not
> as far as I could figure out. It has the install Kubuntu icon in it. When
> creating my kubuntu live usb I md5sum the download and checked usb for
> The installer crashes when choosing for a Dutch installation. After
> Amsterdam as location. It is giving the choice if system can apply keyboard
> settings automatically, what answer you supply doesn't matter it crashes
> you have to reboot to make an fresh install. (tried it several times to be
> sure, it happened again)
> KDE partition manager, also crashes (this is before installing). I can't
> find a
> pattern yet. Tried to simulate to provide correct improvement feedback.
> Sometimes it only partitions some of the configured partitions and
> sometimes it
> crashes completely. Have been installing with ext4 and ext3 (var) with
> ESP @
> fat32 and other laptop with btrfs and a separate boot.
> After install and update, when changing display settings, when you change
> default display and choose aptly and after apply disable one of your
> the alignment is wrong. It loses default panel to the right. This does not
> happen when you change default display disable other display and then
> when using Kate to change /etc/... configs it is hanging on "creating
> cache for
> ..." waited for an hour had some dinner ;-) then abborted it myself. This
> doesnt happen when using Vi. Always when using Kate.
> On one of the two laptops I got a message in system tray, about cpu driver.
> Went to driver setting where it was asking to install intel cpu binairies.
> wasn't a succes haven't recreated that bug, just reinstalled after a while.
> Ok this was my feedback for now. I will end with telling it looks amazing
> I am
> really fond of kde desktop. Configured mail etc. went smoothly, searched
> software and installed it. Updates went very smoothly. I like the way were
> all are going.
> Kind regards, Renee (Eva Bouwman)
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