Ubuntu GNOME WW B2 (was: Wily Werewolf (15.10) Final Beta Freeze)

Ali/amjjawad amjjawad at gnome.org
Thu Sep 24 05:58:16 UTC 2015


Hi,


On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 2:32 PM, Ali/amjjawad <amjjawad at gnome.org> wrote:

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> On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 10:20 AM, Ali/amjjawad <amjjawad at gnome.org> wrote:
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>> Hi all,
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> Hi again,
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>> Beta 2 (Final Beta) images should be here:
>> http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/346/builds
>>
>> For more details, please check the below forwarded email from Adam Conrad
>> :)
>>
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> Adam (infinity) has done a re-spin for all the images:
> http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/346/builds
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> Please re-do a quick test once the new images/builds are ready :)
>

Images are ready now:
http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/346/builds




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>> I'll be ON and OFF today because I'm not feeling well. I'll be on IRC. If
>> I won't reply, it means I'm not around the keyboard :)
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> My health isn't getting better. Dizziness and something is wrong with my
> eyes and hand. So, I'm on and off on IRC. In case I will not reply, it
> means I'm AFK.
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>> Happy Testing!
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>> https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-gnome/2015-September/003525.html
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> Please, don't forget to test. We don't have much time left.
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Happy testing :)


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> I had a quick chat about:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/1462688
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> <amjjawad> Hello infinity, any idea about this bug 1462688?
>> <ubot93> bug 1462688 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "ubi-timezone failed exit code
>> 1 error when installing UbuntuStudio Wily-15.10 32bit version"
>> [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1462688
>> <amjjawad> infinity, for my testing, I can finish the installation
>> normally by clicking "continue anyway" and it works. It seems some other
>> people are having problems with that and some other can't see it. It's
>> alive even before beta 1
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Lubuntu Alternate amd64 [Wily Beta 2]
>> has been updated (20150924)
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Lubuntu Alternate i386 [Wily Beta 2]
>> has been updated (20150924)
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Lubuntu Alternate powerpc [Wily Beta
>> 2] has been updated (20150924)
>> * sergiusens (~sergiusen at 181.109.201.95) has joined #ubuntu-release
>> <infinity> cyphermox: ^
>> <cyphermox> oh, that's new
>> <cyphermox> (well, not really, but hey)
>> <cyphermox> amjjawad: what timezone did you pick?
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Ubuntu Server amd64 [Wily Beta 2] has
>> been updated (20150924)
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Ubuntu Server i386 [Wily Beta 2] has
>> been updated (20150924)
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Ubuntu Server powerpc [Wily Beta 2]
>> has been updated (20150924)
>> -queuebot/#ubuntu-release- Builds: Ubuntu Server ppc64el [Wily Beta 2]
>> has been updated (20150924)
>> <amjjawad> hi cyphermox, I see it 'before' selecting anytime zone. And,
>> when I choose "continue anyway", everything is fine after that and my
>> installation did not crash.
>> <cyphermox> I already did some of the work to add the zone bits for
>> Pyongyang time but it was still incomplete, and no matter what I did I
>> couldn't reproduce the crash
>> <cyphermox> amjjawad: did you have a network connection when you did the
>> install?
>> <cyphermox> in case that changes anything
>> <amjjawad> cyphermox, yes, I am on +10GMT
>> <amjjawad> cyphermox, testing actually on Oracle Virtualbox 5.0.2
>> <cyphermox> oh, but I mean, were you online, as detected by ubiquity at
>> the beginning?
>> <amjjawad> cyphermox, Oracle Virtualbox will use your connection no
>> matter what it is. So yes, I am connected to the internet or to be more
>> accurate, the virtual machine is connected to the internet and my time zone
>> is +10 gmt
>> <cyphermox> ok
>> <cyphermox> thanks. this might make a difference
>> <amjjawad> cyphermox, you're welcome. From your Q, I assume the crash
>> will happen when the machine is offline?!
>> <ianorlin> cyphermox: would trying to reproduce this in a kvm vm be
>> helpful?
>> <cyphermox> ianorlin: of course
>> <cyphermox> I tried already, couldn't find what to do to make it show up
>> <cyphermox> I would never get the crash, but picking the north korea
>> timezone also wasn't completely reacting properly.
>> <cyphermox> amjjawad: I wonder if it might *not* happen if the machine is
>> offline.
>> <cyphermox> in case it has anything to do with the codepaths when the
>> timezone is automatically detected
>> <amjjawad> cyphermox, do you want me to test it while the machine is
>> offline?
>> <cyphermox> up to you
>> <cyphermox> I'll get back to this in the morning, it's getting pretty
>> late to dig in ubiquity :)
>> <amjjawad> once the new builds for Ubuntu GNOME are ready, I'll try that
>> and see what will happen :)
>>
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> Just though to keep you updated.
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Adam Conrad <adconrad at ubuntu.com>
>> Date: Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 9:45 AM
>> Subject: Wily Werewolf (15.10) Final Beta Freeze
>> To: ubuntu-devel-announce at lists.ubuntu.com
>> Cc: ubuntu-release at lists.ubuntu.com
>>
>>
>> As of about ten minutes ago, wily has entered the final beta freeze,
>> with a goal of releasing Final Beta images sometime late Thursday.
>>
>> The queue freeze will last from now until final release in October,
>> which means that all seeded packages will now need a spot-check and
>> review in the queue from a release team member before they are let
>> into the archive.
>>
>> As with the previous releases, we have a bot in place that will accept
>> uploads that are unseeded and don't affect images.  Don't take this as
>> an open invitation to break Feature Freeze on those components, this
>> is just to reduce the burden on the release team, so we only review the
>> uploads that need very serious consideration.  If you find the bot is
>> blocking an upload that you think should have been auto-accepted, let
>> us know and we'll sort it out.
>>
>> I will be spinning a set of beta candidates right now which I encourage
>> people to get to testing ASAP for their favourite flavour(s), but do
>> expect at least one respin tomorrow for the newer kernel and gcc, at
>> the very least.
>>
>> Happy bughunting from now until the final release, and please do help
>> out and test ISOs, netboot, etc, where you can and let us know what's
>> broken in your environment(s).
>>
>> On behalf of the Ubuntu Release Team,
>>
>> Adam Conrad
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>> Best Regards,
>> Ali/amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
>>
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> Best Regards,
> Ali/amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
>
> *http://kibo.computer <http://kibo.computer>* - http://torios.net - Ubuntu
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Thank you!

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Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."

Best Regards,
Ali/amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>

*http://kibo.computer <http://kibo.computer>* - http://torios.net - Ubuntu
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