[ubuntu-uk] dig out your old computers...
lproven at gmail.com
Fri Mar 16 17:10:22 UTC 2012
On 3 March 2012 22:51, Phill Whiteside <PhillW at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Yeah, for the testing of lubuntu  
> We need some 128Mb RAM machines  . These are needed for non PAE chipsets
> as well. We need to know if the none PAE system install actually will work.
> We only have one with actual hardware as yet, the others are doing it via
> We are also testing mac-ppc stuff, seems okay on G4 with quibbles, but an
> extra G3 equipped person would allow a bug to be confirmed as we only have
> one person.
> For the "new" Intel-Macs, again, we only have one - but that will only get a
> bug heat if we have a couple of testers: If you know of any one who could
> help on these, please join the lubuntu-qa team, so far it looks still
> The beta 1's are at the usual
> place https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PrecisePangolin/TechnicalOverview/Beta1
> The dailies, as always are spilt between Desktop and alternate. If you need
> more information on testing but think you do not know how to do so, please
> do reply - Honest, we do not bite from any of the testing teams. It is
> frequently that the new comers say something is wrong & the rest of us go
> "Dho!, who did we miss that one?"
> Please do not see my request to UK list as any attempt to favour one flavour
> of *buntu over an other. Each flavour has an important section in our
Just FYI - I downloaded & burned Lubuntu 12.04 beta 1 x86-32 today. I
can't install it on my main Lubuntu box. Ubiquity crashes consistently
- 3 reboots, 3 times. It makes no odds if I choose an update, include
or exclude updates or restricted-extras.
If I try to report it, it says it's already logged on the page open in
the web browser - then fails to open a page. >_<
I am currently burning the Alternate CD - I'll try that.
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