[ubuntu-x] Smoke testing of Precise X server bits

Christopher James Halse Rogers raof at ubuntu.com
Fri Jan 20 05:14:57 UTC 2012

On Fri, 2012-01-20 at 03:01 +0100, Chase Douglas wrote:
> Hi all,
> We have everything ready (almost) for the upload of the X server into
> Precise. It includes X server 1.11 plus the input stack from 1.12. It
> also includes a bunch of interdependent packages that would break if you
> were only to update your X server. Here's the known issues with the PPA:
> * No utouch-geis support, which means most of your gestures won't work
>   - Will be fixed by feature freeze
> * Multitouch in Qt from indirect devices (e.g. trackpads) is broken
>   - Will be fixed in next Qt upload *after* we push these packages
> * Qt is still building for armel, so don't test this on armel yet
> * A security hole will kill your screen saver if you type
>   Ctrl+Alt+KP_Multiply
>   - Will be fixed in xkeyboard-config upload in the next couple hours

This is now fixed.
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