[lubuntu-users] Lubuntu 20.04 (Aere Greenway)
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Sat May 2 01:02:03 UTC 2020
Is that "bottom v top" posting really a thing? I didn't know that . . .
well anyway, I'm sure your process was done properly, I was just joshing
you about being "wrong" . . . because it would be so unlikely, etc. I'm
sure you noticed that I logged in and out of the three DE options and found
"chromium" in the menu . . . we can only "hope and pray" that yours shows
Only other top posted offering, I mentioned synaptic because I think there
are a few different versions of "chrome" out there, and it might have been
that synaptic showed "chromium-browser" as the package in the repos?? but
I believe that whatever it was I picked that . . . whereas I think in my
other distros I might have used "apt install chromium" . . . ???
But, again, I had not previously logged into the LXDE session before your
post, so it was pre-loaded or pre-preferred . . . and chromium was there in
the menu . . . .
Trying to provide relevant data . . . I think I was running 20.04 since it
was alpha . . . really not too many issues, it's a fine release.
On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 9:00 AM Aere Greenway <aere at dvorak-keyboards.com>
> (See below, bottom-posted, as they request us to do)
> On 5/1/20 8:53 AM, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
> Aere G:
> <Posting above the fray, for speed>
> So it looks like overall the Lu 20+ install is "OK" . . . except for the
> issue with Chromium ID in the drop down menu??
> Having just done a couple of upgrade moves to get to 20.10 in both of my
> ubuntu distros, I do recall seeing a wiki that seemed to suggest going from
> LTS to the next LTS, in this case 18.04 . . . and then to 20.04 . . . you
> may have gone through that process, but it wasn't spelled out . . .
> **possibly** if you jumped from 16 straight outta compton to 20???? that
> may have got some stuff "mishandled"????
> Usually if there is some issue, even "bug report" level stuff, after a few
> updates they often "just disappear . . . gone . . . just like that, gone .
> . . ."
> On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 7:17 PM Aere Greenway <aere at dvorak-keyboards.com>
>> (I posted on the bottom, below)
>> On 4/30/20 4:50 PM, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
>> OK, well, that might be "exclusive," as in my lxde desktop session I have
>> a visual listing of it . . . . Did you run another "apt
>> update/dist-upgrade" subsequently to your install?
>> On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 2:48 PM Aere Greenway <aere at dvorak-keyboards.com>
>>> On 4/30/20 12:15 PM, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
>>> I was running Lu 20.04 up until it was released and now I'm in 20.10 . .
>>> . I have Chromium browser installed and it is plainly in view in the
>>> "internet" menu . . .also in the drop down is "chrome apps" . . . . It's
>>> been so long since I did the install,possibly through synaptics . . . it
>>> should be there, I might think that whether in LXQT or LXDE if it's
>>> installed, it's "installed."
>>> All I can think of is perhaps you did something "wrong."???? : -
>>> It does appear in the menu when using the Lubuntu, or lxqt desktop. It
>>> just doesn't appear in the menu when using the lxde desktop.
>>> I originally installed Lubuntu as a test system, and I kept updating it
>> to the latest version. I'm not sure which level I started with.
>> When I upgraded to Lubuntu 20.04 (in a terminal session, using "sudo
>> do-release-upgrade -d"), things seemed to be working well, and I was able
>> to install my Eclipse Java development environment, and things were working
>> My Ubuntu 20.04 upgrade (which I was thinking of switching to), didn't
>> end up with a working Eclipse development environment.
>> Using the LXDE desktop on Lubuntu 20.04, I was able to even use my
>> strange color scheme, which I like a lot, and things were working in
>> So I restored my production files from 16.04 to the 20.04 system, and
>> started working with that.
>> That process proceeded without many problems, so I 'transferred my flag'
>> to the new system.
>> I'm just now cleaning up the last few 'rough edges'.
>> The thing I like most about the new system, is that Rosegarden now loads
>> channel recording filters (which it didn't on 16.04, and LibreOffice
>> Writer, once again allows you to produce HTML files where graphics images
>> are linked-to in the HTML file, rather than forcing you to embed them as
>> data within the HTML file.
>> I've been using an old copy of openSUSE Linux for editing HTML web-pages,
>> because of the need to keep the graphics images separate. But now, I can
>> use my production system to do it once again.
>> Probably, the system I used, was a fresh-install of Lubuntu 18.10, to
> which I added my MIDI music & KeyMusician Keyboard test applications, and
> did my testing.
> That system was upgraded (and tested) through 19.04, 19.10 (which I set up
> to use the LXDE desktop), and finally to 20.04, recently. The release
> notes say you can't upgrade from 18.04 to any of the later levels.
> I took that test system, installed a lot of applications (including the
> Eclipse Java development environment, which is a snap-package), with the
> idea of evaluating it as a production system.
> I then restored all my home directory files, using the Backups application
> (deja-dup) from a backup taken on my Lubuntu 16.04 system.
> I installed a number of other applications I realized I needed (including
> Chromium), and started using the new system. I tried out both the LXDE
> desktop, and the LXQT desktop.
> Surprisingly, there were few problems. Chromium not appearing in the menu
> being one of them.
> I have gone nearly a week with the new system now, and am able to do all
> the things I normally do.
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