Some Feisty remarks...
h.aling at home.nl
Tue Apr 3 18:29:42 UTC 2007
Jani Monoses wrote:
>> * Abiword is optional, but Gnumeric is mandatory?
> Ok, I have just moved gnumeric to the recommends section as well.
Can gxine be moved to recommends as well?
>> * A lot of packages get uninstalled at the end of the installation.
>> Isn't it better to not install them at all?
> They're mostly language packs and need to be on the CD so that users can pick
> from many languages. The others are packages that are needed on a liveCD but
> not on an installed system (ubiquity, discover, debian-installer etc)
>> * Why is Scim / Anthy installed?
> To better support some of the Asian input methods, although we had not feedback so
> far that it is working or not. I assume it does since it's there since dapper :)
>> * 135 updates on reboot, but I'd reckon that the final will contain the
>> most up-to-date versions of all packages.
> Use a daily, it's always more up-to-date and assures you are testing an image closer to
> the final release and can report more relevant bugs.
>> * For inexperienced users it's practically impossible to configure their
>> NVidia card since nvidia-settings doesn't install itself into the menu...
> Is that particular to xubuntu? Can you try the restricted drivers manager from the system menu?
Ah, something else than 'ok'... Well, it isn't Xubuntu specific and the
driver loads fine after installing it with the restricted drivers tool,
Getting a dual screen set up requires the use of nvidia-settings under
the root account, to overwrite xorg.conf.
This is obviously not what the *ubuntu devs want, but since there is no
other way to graphically configure your nvidia video card, this will be
held 'against' Linux... Hopefully xorg 7.3 will fix this...
>> The installation went fine on my hardware, except for Grub not finding
>> the correct drive numbers (it detects my SATA disk as HD1 whilst it
>> should be HD0).
> Again, grub/kernel/general Ubuntu error, please file a bug in LP. Althought it may have been
> corrected in a later CD build.
It has something to do with my own PC/bios. It seems that since I
plugged a SATA disk next to an IDE one, grub tends to enumerate them
wrongly on boot. A simple edit in menu.lst fixed this...
>> That's about it...
> thanks for testing.
Thank you for giving me something to test!
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