mikeh789 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 7 14:53:48 UTC 2015
On Sun, Jun 7, 2015 at 1:29 AM, Grant Frank Burton <bbbabynet at gmail.com>
> for me I tried every thing different pen drives, different hard disk,
> different DVD's & DVD drives, nothing works.
> The 32 bit 14.02 works great and every 64 bit version do install.
> I made a video so I could see what the screen say's...
> [ok] Reached target Network is Online, Start LSB: Tool to automation My
> Collect and submit Kernel crash signatures....
> [ok]Start LSB: Tool to automation My Collect and submit Kernel crash
> [*]A start job is running for wait for plymouth root screen to Quit (40s /
> no limit)
> My other computers are 64 bit so I don't have another 32 bit system to try
> it on.
> There are a lot of people here who have this computer, most of them
> sitting in the corner or in a closet so... that's why I using this system.
> Also a lot of people in Africa still use it. My personal opinion is The HP
> Pavilion media-center is crap. But Ubuntu is the only operating system I
> could almost to get the thing to work right so thanks guys keep up the good
hello again, Grant, and welcome to the development list!
the 15.10 iso's are not being tested right now, so, dont worry about how,
or if they are broken, and not facilitating an installation. when they are
in need of testing, you can use the http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/ testing
tracker to help with the official testing of the iso's for release. the
14.04 iso's are already tested, though, there may be testing needed as the
additional point release iso's are created.
you can use virtualization, such as virtualbox, for iso testing of 32bit
iso's in 64bit hosts, where, you wont need an entire system to test an
if i wanted a "development installation" of ubuntu 15.10, at this point, i
would try a few different ways. i would start with the "daily" from
http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/dvd/pending/ , which, would give me
the latest packages without having to pull in updates. i would also
consider doing this in virtualbox, so that, i could save a "snapshot",
since, 15.10 will be breaking between now and October when it is released.
otherwise, i would just get *any* 15.10 iso that is working, and install,
update, and add what packages im testing...
for my needs, i keep testing environments quite separate from my audio
production machine. virtualbox helps me do that, to some degree, but, for
ubuntustudio, and testing JACK, etc, it really takes a bare metal install.
what are you interested in developing, Grant?
> On Sun, Jun 7, 2015 at 2:26 AM, rue <rue at cratermouse.co.nz> wrote:
>> Hi all not sure if this maybe related. I downloaded the Ubuntu-studio
>> i386 image and copied it to a new usb using Startup Disk Creator and also
>> burnt it to a DVD.
>> Booting into live Desktop works fine and I was able to install it to my
>> I do get an error though when selecting how I want to set my disks up.
>> In Ubiquity when clicking next it will show an error ubi-timezone failed
>> with exit code 1.
>> If you click try again it just repeats, and if you quit it crashes the
>> installer, but by clicking continue anyway it finishes the install
>> Checking the time and date with "date" shows UTC, the correct date but
>> the time is in PM instead of AM.
>> I have filed a bug for the ubi-timezone error.
>> On 07/06/15 08:31, Len Ovens wrote:
>>> On Sat, 6 Jun 2015, Len Ovens wrote:
>>> How are you putting the ISO onto your USB stick?
>>> Suggests using mkusb for pre-release testing.
>>> Len Ovens
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