[Lubuntu-qa] [Lubuntu-comms] Lubuntu 13.10 is Released !!
ibere.fernandes at gmail.com
Fri Oct 18 11:58:02 UTC 2013
Congratulations to all the Lubuntu team that made 13.10 possible.
Question once I was not able to test the final release yet: could anybody
reproduce the following behaviour quoted from Webup8 article?
- XScreensaver has been removed (LightDM is now used for screen locking
but there's a pretty serious bug here unless I'm missing something: if you
switch to TTY7 after locking the screen - using Ctrl + Alt + 7 -, you can
access the desktop without having to unlock the screen so without having to
enter any password!); "
Congrats to all again!
2013/10/18 Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com>
> On 2013-10-18 07:26, Aere Greenway wrote:
> > On 10/17/2013 09:38 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> we are proud to announce the release of Lubuntu 13.10 (Saucy
> >> Salamander). Please do release notes before installing!
> >> Head over to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lubuntu/GetLubuntu for
> >> details on the release and where to get hold of it.
> >> Many thanks to everyone on all the teams who ensured that 13.10 is our
> >> best release yet!
> >> Regards,
> >> Phill.
> >> --
> >> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/phillw
> > All:
> > I have put Lubuntu 13.10 on three of my test machines so far:
> > 1. HP Vectra 450 megahertz 512 meg RAM
> > 2. HP 933 mehahertz, 512 meg RAM
> > 3. Dell GX-240 1.7 gigahertz, 1 gig RAM
> > I have put it through my MIDI music testing on all three machines, and
> > it is working flawlessly.
> > Best of all, this is the first Linux system I have yet seen, where it
> > doesn't hang if you accidentally try to use the Java Sound Synthesizer
> > while JACK (qjackctl) is running. Not only that, but you can actually
> > play music on the Java Sound Synthesizer while JACK is running - it
> > actually co-exists!
> > Seeing that, I checked if the Flash Player plug-in co-exists with JACK,
> > but it unfortunately does not. Of course, it didn't co-exist before
> > (without special manual configuration changes).
> > I have not experienced a single hang on this system. This is immensly
> > better than the beta-test version (which was hanging in all sorts of
> > situations).
> > Many thanks to the developers and testers of Lubuntu 13.10 - this is
> > great!
> > I will continue testing.
> > --
> > Sincerely,
> > Aere
> I have found that the regression of the Intel graphics in my old IMB
> Thinkcentre is fixed in the released version of Lubuntu 13.10. I think
> it was fixed after beta 2. So the bad rendering of the default lubuntu
> wallpaper, 'jagged' contours, as you wrote Aere, is not there. I was
> really happy to find that it looks good again :-)
> Maybe it was solved when John's issue was solved (it was solved, wasn't
> Best regards
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