Ubuntu GNOME 16.04 LTS is here!

Ty bluesoviet at outlook.com
Wed Apr 27 22:50:25 UTC 2016

On 04/26/2016 10:43 PM, Tim wrote:
> Thanks Ty
>   thats a good list of bugs!

Not a problem. Glad I could help.

Regarding Xdiagnose, as someone who has had to use it to fix performance 
issues myself, I'd like to request that it be added to 
gnome-control-center along with the "disks" application if at all possible.

Both of these applications offer many important settings such as 
disabling/enabling bootloader graphics and write cache(respectively) and 
much more. As such, I feel like they both deserve a spot in the settings 

> On 27/04/16 10:45, Ty wrote:
>> On 04/25/2016 10:41 PM, Tim wrote:
>>> Hi Ty,
>>>   please file bugs for the issues and then link them here so we can 
>>> tag them for 16.04.1!
>>> Thanks
>>>    Tim
>> -For Minecraft active but invisible issue, what package should I use? 
>> Again, this only happens in Minecraft only, games from Steam don’t 
>> have this issue.
> Is there a Minecraft package?

No, doesn't look like there is. You download an .jar that then installs 
the game into the user folder without registering anything(In other 
words, search doesn't show it either when you think it would).
>> -Should I report poor gaming performance/stuttering(In other words, 
>> is it a bug?)?
> If its not specific to a particular game then yes, though could well 
> be a nvidia bug

Found the reason for the performance issues. Apparently I had forgot to 
install the Intel CPU firmware updates. Everything is working great now 
except one game in particular(Borderlands 2), but its probably just a 
badly ported game.

>> -What package should I use for the open-source driver graphical 
>> glitch when starting Gnome shell? xorg?
> You using the proprietry driver though right? file against gnome-shell 
> and add nvidia

Yes, I am. However, I'm talking about when starting Ubuntu Gnome from 
either USB/Live or initial first boot/whenever you have open source 
drivers installed.

>> -Found the culprit behind the black titlebars: the Maximus ng 
>> extension. Should I still do a bug report even though it’s caused by 
>> an extension?
> You could file a bug against that extension (probably on github?)

Alright. I'll just find another extension to use for now. I really 
dislike the big, bulky Gnome titlebars.

>> -What package should I report the Steam not starting with Open-Source 
>> drivers with?
> I'd file it against steam itself

Just tried but it said the package wasn't installed... but it is? I 
don't really don't understand whats up with that. I'm using steam right 
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