[Lubuntu-qa] Possibly nonsensical crash reports

Phill Whiteside PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Sun Mar 25 16:19:02 UTC 2012


we have a rock solid beta, as I added the staging ppa and ran by CLI for my
update. I did not see this error, as long as it is logged. I've just used
the Update Manager option to pull in 6 new items and had no crash. Can you
please re-check and see if it is still happening? The dreaded words
"partial upgrade" spring to mind.

As ever, guys, when I look at
http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/210/builds I see you guys all
over it & checking. A very humble thank-you from me to you awesome testers.
I never dreamed we would have so many people really pushing our release on
for testing.



On 24 March 2012 20:27, Greg Faith <gregfaith at gmail.com> wrote:

> Lance,
> Yes, I do believe we are talking about the same issue. I hardly ever use
> the Update Manager
> to check for updates as I CLI or filtered Synaptic updates. But to follow
> the post install checks that
> jbel built and recommended after making a new iso install.. I followed his
> instructions and yes
> I got a pcmanfm crash after the Update Manager ran and installed the new
> updates. The crash
> report may in fact not be accurate because I obviously did not have File
> Manager pcmanfm open
> when I was doing the updates.  Anyway. it had no effect on the
> installations I got all the Lubuntu 12.04
> amd64 isos & alternates tests done last night and did one i386 iso install
> of whole drive because I
> saw it was still not tested.
> Like you, I think we are well on the way to have an excellent RC the first
> Beta 2 installs went well.
> nm_geo Greg
> On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 8:25 AM, Lance <lbsolost at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Please see:
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pcmanfm/+bug/963605
>> and:
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/chromium-browser/+bug/963916
>> I suspect a problem with apport itself rather than PCManFM or Chromium
>> but I'll bet one of our devs can provide useful info ;^)
>> I'm very impressed with our look and functionality, lxpanel is much
>> better - particularly the fact that the clock font changes more
>> appropriately. I'm lovin' it!
>> Lance
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