Lubuntu 15.04 64 bit Problem with Desktop Shortcuts
israeldahl at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 23:52:18 UTC 2015
Hi Fritz, I recently tried the 15.04 mini iso for PPC and it seems like
systemd is a huge problem for PPC.
I tried installing xserver/xorg/etc... and my computer crashed. I tried
apt-get -f install and it crashed.
pretty lame experience. Maybe LFS would be a good way to go with PPC
:P Probably about the same amount of trouble.
On a side note, I might test out the latest Debian from mini. If I have
good successes I will tell you!
On 06/02/2015 10:23 AM, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 5:00 AM,
> <lubuntu-users-request at lists.ubuntu.com
> <mailto:lubuntu-users-request at lists.ubuntu.com>> wrote:
> Or maybe your 15.04 installation is messed-up somehow.
> et al:
> That is a distinct possibility, it does seem like there are "issues"
> with 15.04 that aren't immediately obvious after an install. I ran
> into "problems" on my recent Ubuntu-MATE 15.04 install after the
> previous 14.04 version ate itself . . . and posting on the forum
> thread "Ubuntu 15.04 PPC" I believe was a comment that "both U-MATE &
> Lubuntu 15.04 have problems with 'systemd'??? with some instructions
> on how to downgrade Xorg . . . " etc. I was able to get to a TTY for
> awhile, but when I found the time to try to install "upstart" . . . I
> couldn't get to a TTY at all . . . checksum had been correct after
> several downloads. I decided 15.04 was too "buggy" to continue with it.
> For those interested in PPC issues, I then went back to a Lubuntu
> 14.04.1 DVD that I had tried before using "manual" install, and since
> using "install alongside" in U-MATE 15.04 had worked, I tried that in
> Lu 14.04 . . . after several minutes an error opened saying "install
> I got out a Ubuntu 14.04 mini installer and checked the partitions
> that the Lu installer had set up, interestingly, the Yaboot partition
> was set up as 1MB . . . so I ran the installer like that; whereas the
> U-MATE auto installer had set it up as 977KB . . . and the mini
> install went through . . . so far so good, took a couple hours . . .
> added the xorg.conf, yaboot boot params, wifi . . . almost back to
> where I was a couple of months ago . . . just sound to add . . . iBook
> G4 PPC.
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