!3.04 final testing
PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Thu Mar 14 21:06:21 UTC 2013
the quiet scream you just heard was from me as I could not approve all the
i386 ISO's due to lack of testing being reported [?] Thanks for taking the
time to test, but could I ask that you do log your results on the ISO
Testing and reporting is pretty straight forward... Please have a read of
this link . A lot of this has now been copied over as it affects all
If you have any questions on testing, please feel more than free to ask on
the lubuntu-qa mailing list.
We are now back to 'Dailies' in the next 24 hours as our Lubuntu images
that were 'on hold', will re build as per the times on .
For an over view as to what got tested and the results for Beta 1, have a
read of .
On 14 March 2013 20:19, Aere Greenway <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com> wrote:
> I tried out the Lubuntu 13.04 live CD (desktop i386 32-bit) on most of the
> machines in my test-bed, and it worked on all of them. Some of my machines
> only have a CD drive, so it's good it still fits on a CD, rather than
> having to use a DVD.
> I noticed a few minor things:
> The Intel graphics on my Dell Dimension machine seems to have deteriorated
> since 12.10, on the 13.04. There are choppy color-gradients. I don't know
> if this gets corrected when it is actually installed, or by the final
> When the Intel graphics is bypassed (using a Nvidia graphics card), the
> graphics is attractive again.
> The system profiler appears to have the same problem as the prior release,
> namely, you get presented with a bunch of empty dialog boxes which you have
> to dismiss.
> I tried it in the following machines:
> - HP Vectra, 450 megahertz, 512 megabytes RAM
> - Compaq p33 (933 megahertz), 512 megabytes RAM
> - Dell GX240, 1-Gig. RAM, 1.5 Gigahertz, Nvidia graphics card
> - Dell GX260, 1-Gig. RAM, 2.0 Gigahertz, Nvidia graphics card
> - Acer Aspire laptop, 2-Gig. RAM (only 1.7 used on 32-bit),
> dual-processors, 2.0 gigahertz each
> - Dell Dimension 1100, 2.5 Gigahertz, 1 Gig. RAM, Intel graphics
> - Aere
> On 03/08/2013 03:53 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
> Hi folks,
> We are now approaching a critical part of 13.04. Starting today, 13.04 is
> under Feature Freeze (No new applications, or additional (new) features
> allowed and ONLY bug fixes are allowed). Whilst there is a system for
> exceptions to be allowed in for VERY good reasons, what was built today on
> the Raring Iso's is pretty much what the applications will be in 13.04. Our
> Head of Dev assures me that we got all the lubuntu ones in on time.
> Normally, the ISO's were supposed to be handed over to the Quality /
> Testing team on the Friday so we have 7 days to go over them. As per
> normal, this didn't happen :) What will not happen is the date of the
> Beta 1 release date being changed.
> So, what can you do to help? Well, all of you good people have actually
> already done lubuntu ISO testing. You did that when you installed lubuntu.
> Having installed it once, you know how to do it.
> Lubuntu has many different ISO's to test, every one of these has to be
> fully tested and passed at Beta 1, Beta 2 and the final Release Client. If
> we do not have the tests done and passed, they will not be released; this
> will mean that those people dependent on them will not have a 13.04
> release. You good people can really make a difference. I've now updated the
> lubuntu testing area to hold as much up to date information for you as I
> However, I must now ask that questions for 13.04 are asked on the
> Lubuntu-QA mailing list; there are simply not enough of the more
> experienced testers to follow anything but bug-reports and the mailing
> list. ** We do NOT bite **. It is a 'roller coaster' ride, especially the
> first time (although I still get a buzz when release day comes). You get
> the chance to say....
> "Hey, I was a part of the team that made that happen"...... Trust me, it's
> a good buzz even though most of are very tired by then :)
> The Lubuntu 13.04 Beta 1 testing ISO will be created on Monday (evening
> - I will update this list). If you still think you do not have experience
> to test, please take the weekend to get used to how it all works and get
> your name down as a tester and ask questions. It makes a difference even if
> you only run one test out of the many needed, just go and test... Once you
> have your 1st test under your belt, you'll realise that it is easier than
> installing for the first time and I'm sure you will get that nice feeling
> of 'Yeah, I helped".
> 1. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing
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