Xubuntu and Ubuntu Studio Release Candidate images on ISO tracker

Dan smith draciron2 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 22:12:59 UTC 2012

Downloading as I type.
What's the bug reporting process?  Will I need to be granted access to
anything?  I registered single sign on using draciron at yahoo.com email

On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 4:22 PM, Len Ovens <len at ovenwerks.net> wrote:

> On Sat, April 21, 2012 1:13 pm, Janne Jokitalo wrote:
> > For Ubuntu Studio, you are faced with two test cases; Install (ubiquity)
> > and
> > Live Session. The latter is the one you would choose when you want to see
> > how
> > the distribution runs, prior to proceeding with the install, whereas the
> > former
> > will commence with the install immediately.
> Just a quick note, I have found that installing from the live session is
> just as fast as installing from boot, while providing more options.
>  - open a terminal (xterm) and run less /var/log/syslog. Press F once
>   running to follow the tail (I am told tail -f doesn't work).
>  - being able to kill ubiquity from a terminal if needed.
>  - If you have a drive you don't want touched (including the grub sector)
>   mount it by opening file manager and clicking on the drive you want
>   left alone and opening a subfolder. ubuiquity will ask if you want it
>   to try umounting it... say no.
>  - if using wireless, it can be connected before running the installer.
>   The installer will give one more option on one of the first few pages.
> However, in all fairness, both ways need testing.
> Len
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