Call for Testing: 12.10 Kernel on 12.04

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at
Mon Jun 11 17:34:53 UTC 2012

I just wanted to follow-up and thank those of you who've taken the time
to try this out. If you haven't and have a box running precise give it a
whirl! For those of you that made the leap, please be sure and report
your results:

That page let's you report results; provided you have logged in with
your ubuntu sso account. (see that login button on the left? click it!)
. It only takes a moment, and is really important to the kernel team to
understand that the kernel worked for you or not. If anything wasn't
quite right, please report a bug for it! There's instructions on doing
so on this page.

When you report your result simply include the bug number.

Thanks everyone!


P.S. For those who've used the new qatracker, I'd love to hear feedback
-- hit the reply button and detail your experience. We want this to be easy!

On 06/07/2012 12:45 PM, Nicholas Skaggs wrote:
> I know some of you out there are still enjoying the goodness of
> precise and haven't yet made the leap. Here's a way you can help out
> and put your precise installation to good use for testing :-)
> As you know the kernel team will be supporting newer kernels on the
> LTS release of ubuntu. As part of that, they need help in testing
> these newer kernels on the 12.04 release. Wanting some of the quantal
> goodness on precise? Here you are!
> Check out the full details below, and note that we're using the
> qatracker for this as talked about at UDS! This is a test build of the
> qatracker with expanded capabilities to be able to do this type of
> testing. Please let me know your feedback on how the tool works for you.
> Thanks and happy testing everyone!
> Nicholas

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