nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Wed Sep 4 09:15:58 UTC 2013
Hi again Christopher,
I think you know at least as much as I about testing :-D
Anyway, you need to live too, so only if you have some time now ...
please try installing Lubuntu from an alternate iso. You would help us
perform a good beta 1 test. I think it will finish today or tomorrow.
If you have better time in a week or two it will be past beta 1, but
there will be beta 2 and release candidates before Saucy will be
released in October, so don't worry, there will be plenty of tasks.
On 2013-09-04 11:00, Christopher Wetzel wrote:
> All together I have 8 laptops 6 desktops 3 tablets but they're in
> storage but presently I have 1 laptop one desktop and one of my test
> tablets here.
> I just finished testing Ubuntu Raring Ringtail and I also test Ubuntu
> OS on my Nexus 7 tablet and at the same time I was testing windows 8 and
> a few other things so if its not real demanding I will take a break
> until I get done moving which will be in a week or two. I will be moving
> to a bigger house and I plan on setting up a massive server in the
> garage. But at the moment I have Ubuntu 13.04 on my laptop still haven't
> used 13.10.
> On Sep 4, 2013 3:39 AM, "Nio Wiklund" <nio.wiklund at gmail.com
> <mailto:nio.wiklund at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi Christopher,
> Until you get an answer from Phill, I suggest that you download an
> alternate iso and start testing it.
> What kind of environment is available for you to test it?
> safe end
> - VirtualBox or some other virtual machine
> - Dedicated test computer
> - Your second computer (with a system installed)
> - Your production computer
> risky end
> I suggest that you avoid testing in your production computer. The other
> choices are OK, depending on your willingness to take risks. I have
> tested Lubuntu Saucy in all my computers, and I don't think there is any
> risk for the hardware, only the risk that you 'happen to' overwrite an
> operating system or some data. So if you have a good backup, you can
> relax, even testing in a computer with an important system installed.
> There are instructions at the qa-tracker
> and see for example these links
> Ask here or (since we both have gmail) we might have a gmail chat if you
> need faster response to questions along the way.
> Best regards
> On 2013-09-03 11:43, Christopher Wetzel wrote:
> > What do you need me to do? I have been testing since Karmic Koala
> but I
> > always tested by myself and just sent in the bug reports. I never was
> > part of a team at Ubuntu.
> > On Sep 2, 2013 6:14 PM, "Phill Whiteside" <PhillW at ubuntu.com
> <mailto:PhillW at ubuntu.com>
> > <mailto:PhillW at ubuntu.com <mailto:PhillW at ubuntu.com>>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > the Beta 1's are now available for testing. They are the
> pretty much
> > the finished article (art work follows a bit later). If you
> want to
> > see how 13.10 behaves on your system and ensure it behaves,
> now is a
> > really good time to grab it!!
> > http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/302/builds
> > Regards,
> > Phill.
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