[Lubuntu-qa] Lubuntu 13.10 beta
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Wed Sep 18 11:47:32 UTC 2013
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On 2013-09-18 13:26, Ali Linx (amjjawad) wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 18, 2013 at 3:17 PM, Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com
> <mailto:nio.wiklund at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Hi my friend,
> Finally, I tested the newest daily build (Sep 17 2013) of the 32-bit
> Lubuntu saucy-desktop-i386.iso
> in the same machine and with the same conditions.
> RAM = 384, 512 MB, 768 MB
> Finished gracefully, but froze after I clicked reboot. Working system
> RAM = 1024 MB
> No freeze, but waiting for Enter without any text prompting for it, bug
> So, what you are trying to say is:
> The installer is installing the system but the very final step, which is
> reboot, is not working and/or frozen?
> And, when you reboot manually, you have a working system?
> If that is the case, I must say, I have seen this very behaviour before.
> I am not sure how many times I have seen it but I guess I did. I did not
> report that at that time (early stages of Alpha) because I thought it
> was just me and I got busy with other stuff.
> This is only slightly better than the 64-bit version, and it is much
> worse that during early Saucy alpha (or pre-alpha) stages, when the
> 32-bit desktop installer for Lubuntu might work with 384 MB RAM, and
> definitely worked with 512 MB RAM.
> So, do I have to test? downloading is done now :)
I think it would be worthwhile, because it will be with different hardware.
> So I think *something bad is happening* when Lubuntu is to be switched
> I smell something too!
> Nik Th and I have also noted that shutdown is much slower than it
> used to be (also compared to earlier versions of Saucy).
> You mean when you are on a working desktop and you choose Shutdown form
Yes, shutdown from an installed system (and also from the live system,
but it is harder to notice because of slow media).
> The One Button Installer can do it with 128 MB RAM. I made a test right
> now in this same Toshiba, and installed Saucybeta1.
> Best regards
> Hmm, I don't think something to do with RAM but rather something wrong
> somewhere in the build. I have no idea what is going on?
> May I remind you all that Lubuntu Saucy have zram-config by default and
> it should be even faster or better?!
When enough RAM, it does not freeze, but reboots nicely for me. And this
did not happen when I did those extensive tests at the alpha or
pre-alpha stage. Check this link, where it was possible to squeeze it
and run with really low RAM
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