[Lubuntu-qa] One Button Installer improved with dialog menus and xz compression

Federico Leoni effelle at gmail.com
Wed Oct 30 10:21:21 UTC 2013

Good morning Nio,
I'll test both today but as far as I remember the language is never
completely installed, even the english one.
Let me confirm or deny this behavior installing a classic desktop from
a live CD.


2013/10/30 Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com>:
> On 2013-10-30 01:04, Nio Wiklund wrote:
>> On 2013-10-30 00:59, Federico Leoni wrote:
>>> 2013/10/29 Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com>:
>>>> On 2013-10-29 23:11, Federico Leoni wrote:
>>>> I think this convinced me to make the system ready for the end user
>>>> (skipping the oem-stage).
>>>> Would there still be a need for an open text file with simple
>>>> instructions? In that case, what instructions?
>>> If you skip the oem-stage then no instructions are needed. The OEM
>>> installer is easy to follow.
>> OK
>>>> The wallpaper could make the pure Lubuntu and the tweaked version
>>>> different visually.
>>> I agree with you.
>>>> xubuntu-precise.tar.xz
>>>> is already among the uploaded tarballs. Try it in a computer that copes
>>>> with precise or wait for the Saucy version :-)
>>> Then I'm out. Precise was always full of issues on my notebook. I
>>> think I'll install Xfce desktop on Lubuntu 13.10 just to see how it
>>> runs on such an old machine. You know, watch competitors is always a
>>> good thing. :)
>> Yes, that's a good idea :-)
>>> F.
> Hi Federico,
> Now there are two new tarballs without tweaks at phillw.net for you to test
> md5sum
> 06b3fe52a56a3af758ef48b59b9e3b24  tarballs/Lubuntu_13.10oct30.tar.xz
> 4c5259a774d0945b08a8d7515e192f68  tarballs/Lubuntu_13.10oem-oct30.tar.xz
> 'Lubuntu_13.10oem-oct30.tar.xz' is for OEM guys (like you)
> 'Lubuntu_13.10oct30.tar.xz' is for end users (after the OEM guy has
> clicked the icon in the top left corner)
> There is at least one glitch: The end user is given the opportunity to
> select language, but it will not be installed properly at the
> installation (at least not Swedish, that I tested). But when the user
> selects (from the main menu)
> Preferences--Language Support
> and installs the relevant language, it will work after the next reboot.
> Do you know if this can be improved (without installing all languages at
> the OEM level)?
> Best regards
> Nio

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