Testing packages and images
dave at reklan.co.uk
Mon Sep 1 18:38:18 UTC 2014
I have just finished a full days testing with the beta( on real hardware), and
come to post results and find that they are closed off.. I am unable to post
I did find one major problem, that needed to be reported.
When trying to install using the auto resize option it would constantly fail.
This was tested on a HP 6730b laptop core 2 dual 2.5ghz with 4gb of ram.
full wipe and re-install works perfect along with all the apps.
> On 01 September 2014 at 15:22 Elfy <ub.untu at btinternet.com> wrote:
> With Feature Freeze 2 weeks past, UI and Doc Freeze  rapidly approaching
> us we need to push on with testing in order that any bugs can be found in time
> for us to have any chance of getting fixes released.
> Final Beta is in the week commencing 22nd September.
> I would really like to see more results reported for the Package Testsuites A
> -D  - currently we have 1 or 2 results for each test. You don't need to
> specifically test against the testcase - if you are RUNNING Utopic and you use
> one of the packages, just run your eye over the testcase, the chances are high
> that anything you do with an application more than cover the test - just
> report it.
> There are image tests available  every daywhen there is no milestone
> freeze. When I last took stock of where we were on that, we had
> 52 64-bit image tests run out of 580 available, for 32 bit it was worse,
> there we only had 22 out of 580.
> You don't need to run every test - even booting the livecd in a vm is more
> than we're getting now. Though once you've done that - it's not too far to
> running an install test for us all.
> We did enormously good work last cycle, let's try and catch some of that for
> the remainder of this cycle - and for those of you not counting - that is ONLY
> 8 weeks.
>  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UtopicUnicorn/ReleaseSchedule
>  http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/315/builds
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