Testing ISOs and Feedback
scottalavender at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 13:03:28 UTC 2011
On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 6:07 AM, Ricardo Lameiro <ricardolameiro at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> There is a new testing DVD ISO available for Ubuntu studio i386 and AMD64.
> This ISO is the first build for Natty Alpha2.
> You can help out on testing if you think you can. register at
> the list of the build and test are in here:
> to download or Zsync/rsync click on the Cd with an arrow icon on each
> link... annexed image.
> If more people test the alphas/beta releases, more chances we have to fix
> them before the final release.
> Any question mail me or go to #ubuntustudio and try to find me. My nick is
> Happy testing :D
> Ricardo Lameiro
> Fagote / Contrafagote
> Bassoon / Contra-bassoon
Also please keep in mind that we are in a transitional period with Unity and
attention needs to directed at a few matters.
Currently (as is in vanilla Ubuntu) the default xsession will be "Ubuntu
Desktop Edition", which means that Unity will be used. A patch has been
created to fix this problem and is being looked at and will uploaded soon to
the repositories to default to the gnome-classic xsession.
However, for ISO testing these are your initial considerations:
* when logging in make sure you pick your login name
* change the session at the bottom of the screen from "Ubuntu Desktop
Edition" to "Ubuntu Classic Desktop"
* rock on
I say "initial" considerations because after choosing "Ubuntu Classic
Desktop", which will use gnome, it will remain as your xsession choice until
you choose to change it again.
For those interested in how this will be resolved with the patch, it simply
makes "Ubuntu Classic Desktop", i.e. gnome, the default xsession for all new
users with a custom.conf. And since this will be set before a user is setup
during installation, the original user account will be "new" and therefore
use the gnome xsession by default.
I want to thank everyone who invests their valuable time in ISO testing.
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