zakzor at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 18:54:26 UTC 2014
I will try to update my 12.04 partition to 14.04 tonight or tomorrow at
It was not possible for me to do it sooner due to stability needs.
On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 9:56 AM, Elfy <ub.untu at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Just a quick note to repeat the need to get some upgrade testing under
> our belts - thanks to those who've responded so far.
> *Copy of last weeks mail*
> Between now and the Release Candidate, 10th April, we want to
> concentrate on Upgrade Testing.
> While these tests can be done in vm - they are likely to be 'clean'
> It would be better if we can get real life upgrades tested.
> There are 2 upgrade routes we need to test
> *12.04LTS to 14.04*
> * 13.10 to 14.04*
> Testcases for both 64bit routes can be found at
> Testcases for both 32bit routes can be found at
> So, if you have a working version that you can upgrade, then please do so
> and - *importantly* - record the results on the tracker.
> At this stage the image is pretty much as stable as it is going to be, the
> only changes we can foresee are bug fixes.
> That said there are bugs present that 'could' cause issues, others that
> are cosmetic.
> *Possible Bugs *
> Known issues are noted on the blog and release note pages.
> *Things to be aware of.*
> Change to light-locker from xscreensaver, xscreensaver will remain
> installed but light-locker will be the preferred locker.
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