[lubuntu-users] Lubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic Cuttlefish) Released!

Ludwig Causilla Leyva ludwig.causilla at cfg.jovenclub.cu
Sun Oct 21 13:13:35 UTC 2018


Estoy intentando descargar la nueva versión de Lubuntu 18.10 con LXQt
para arquitectura 32 bit y por restricciones dentro de mi red no me deja
descargar mas de 10 MB en un solo archivo, ¿puede alguien hacerme el
favor de poner el iso de 32 bit de Lubuntu 18.10 en MEGA o cualquier
otro lugar que permita descargas por stream? Gracias de antemano 

I´m trying to download the new Lubuntu 18.10 version with LXQt for the
32 bit architecture but... Because the restricctions of my Work´s
network (where i´m trying to download) Only less than 10 MB files are
allowed to downloaded, ¿Can someone put the 32 bit arch ISO on any
plataform that allow stream download (Perhaps MEGA o something similar)?
I´ll give you my gratitud and grettings from Cuba... 

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El 2018-10-20 16:13, Aere Greenway escribió:

> On 10/19/18 11:01 PM, Simon Quigley wrote: 
> 
>> You can find the full release announcement here:
>> https://lubuntu.me/cosmic-released
>> 
>> Please also take a look at the release video made by Michael from
>> TuxDigital:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRgcsTQGvwU
>> 
>> I just want to say thanks to everyone who has participated in these
>> mailing lists over this past cycle, whether it's helping other people,
>> reporting problems for us to solve, or discussing issues in general, you
>> all are very much appreciated. :)
>> 
>> If anyone is lurking and wanting to get more involved with the project,
>> now's your time to reach out. At the start of the 19.04 cycle we're
>> going to have a lot to do, and not just in terms of technical tasks, but
>> the Lubuntu Manual needs some more work as well as other non-technical
>> tasks. Feel free to send me an email with what you would like to help
>> with, and we can find a place for you. That's what at least seven people
>> (listed on the release announcement) did throughout the cycle, and we
>> found a place for them where every single one of them has made an
>> incredible impact on the project. It could be you, seriously!
>> 
>> Until the 19.04 codename is announced, I would encourage Lubuntu
>> contributors to take a short break if there's nothing to help with with
>> respect to 18.10. I'll personally be taking a short break from directly
>> contributing until the codename is announced, with the exception of
>> packages that need to be uploaded.
>> 
>> Thanks again, and have a good night.
> 
> All: 
> 
> I began testing Lubuntu 18.10, and ran into some things that are different, which I wanted to ask about before I start making assumptions.  
> 
> 1. I usually test 32-bit systems first.  I noticed that a 32-bit DVD or USB would go a very long time without booting on a machine with 64-bit hardware.  I gave up trying to boot it after about 10 minutes.  There was no indication of a problem - it just took too long to boot (I finally gave up), from either USB or DVD.  However, that same live-DVD system booted fine on a machine with 32-bit hardware.  In the past, I could install a 32-bit OS on 64-bit hardware, but it appears it will not even boot on 18.10 (and there is no error indication).  Is this behavior expected?  
> 
> 2. I don't use QWERTY keyboard layout, so I change the keyboard layout to English-Dvorak.  On Lubuntu 18.10, I was unable to figure out how to do that.  If I keep trying, I may discover a way.  How do you change the keyboard layout on Lubuntu 18.10?  
> 
> 3. On past levels of Lubuntu, Thunderbird Mail was the e-mail client.  I have had bad experiences in the past migrating to new e-mail clients, which appears to be necessary with Lubuntu 18.10.  I realize using Thunderbird Mail on Lubuntu 18.10 would cause a large number of libraries to be installed.  But if I am willing to put up with that, will Thunderbird Mail work on Lubuntu 18.10?  
> 
> - Aere
> 
> -- 
> Sincerely,
> Aere
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