[lubuntu-users] First response to Lu 20.04 alpha LTS live session . . . .

Fritz Hudnut este.el.paz at gmail.com
Sat Nov 2 00:04:43 UTC 2019

<top posting for speed and efficiency>

Appreciate the reply, everything seemed to run well in the live iso on my
'12 MP . . . opened a few apps, nothing seemed to freeze as they had in the

I was considering installing it in the third partition of my 09 MBP laptop,
but if you don't think it's ready for prime time . . . why did it seem to
be "difficult" to get it turned into a "persistent live" usb drive?  I did
one before with Lu 19.10 using mkusb into an 8GB usb 2.0 flash drive and it
didn't complain at all . . . it just took hours to get part way through an
update so I cancelled out of it. This time it kept asking for "efi" and
"grub" and saying it could download them and then it couldn't, and then it
just cancelled the deal, so I just ran a regular live installer and it went

But if I could get a persistent version of Lu 20.04 going it could be
easier to run through breakages than a bare metal install . . . Siduction
busted up my other linux partitions pretty good a couple times, finally
giving up on it as it's like OSX and doesn't play well with others . . . ???

On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 3:28 PM Walter Lapchynski <wxl at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> On November 1, 2019 2:01:22 PM PDT, Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > it seems essentially the same as Eoan
> I should also point out that the images we have are quite old since the
> current Qt transition is breaking new builds. Again, early in the cycle,
> breakages of all kinds are to be expected.
> --
>        @wxl | polka.bike
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