[Lubuntu-qa] Fwd: Help - Beta2 installation Failed
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Sun Apr 7 01:33:01 UTC 2013
Maybe I did not understand your instruction, but this version of raring
does not print "Press Enter" for me in any of the text screens
(by ctrl +alt + F1-6) and not in the graphic screen (by ctrl +alt + F7).
It only states
The system is going down for halt now
in the screens and I think it is sent at the beginning of the shutdown
process. And it works to press Enter in the graphic screen (only).
How should I report it?
On 2013-04-06 21:33, Ioannis Vranos wrote:
> I have seen this bug for some time.
> After installation, when shutdown pauses, switch to console 7 to see
> the message "Press Enter", and there, press Enter.
> I hope this helps.
> Ioannis Vranos
> On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 10:02 PM, Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Ali
>> I don't understand your problem making install USB drives. Please explain!
>> I've done some testing of the lubuntu raring beta2 desktop 32-bit iso
>> (and reported it to the qa tracker).
>> I have made a CD with k3b, a live USB cloned with dd, and
>> live/persistent live USB drives with usb-creator-gtk of precise (the
>> raring version is broken) and with unetbootin.
>> I confirmed the bugs found by urupica and found an own 'minibug', but I
>> don't know how to report it, because it happens after apport is shut off.
>> Booted from CD and USB cloned directly from the iso file:
>> At shutdown the plymouth dots keep running until I press Enter. There
>> used to be a line with something like 'Remove install media and press
>> Enter'. but it is gone. This is only a minibug, but might confuse some
>> The only difference is that the disk is ejected, while the USB pendrive
>> sits there waiting for you. In both cases the plymouth dots continue.
>> Booted from USB created by usb-creator-gtk and unetbootin the computer
>> shutdown and rebooted properly. So the minibug only appears on cloned
>> systems (the computer is waiting for Enter without indicating it).
>> Best regards
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