Gosh, Kubuntu 18.04 32-bit iso works now.
I just tried with Ubuntu 18.04 32-bit successfully, then tried Kubuntu
18.04 32-bit again.
I'm going to jump into a lake to cool down before going on testing.
BTW, 64-bit OEM installation failed, with exactly the same symptoms as last
time I tested with 17.10.
2018-03-08 14:31 GMT+08:00 Franklin Weng <frank...@goodhorse.idv.tw>:
> Hi Valorie,
> 2018-03-08 14:16 GMT+08:00 Valorie Zimmerman <valorie.zimmer...@gmail.com>
>> On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 9:46 PM, Franklin Weng <frank...@goodhorse.idv.tw>
>> > Hi,
>> > So -- It passed on 64-bit machine but not on 32-bit machine. Should I
>> > it as passed or not?
>> > Regards, Franklin
>> For the 32 bit ISO, we really need testing on 32 bit machines. When
>> you run into snags please report the bugs. If it is the installer, and
>> it sounds like it is, please run (before you reboot) `ubuntu-bug
>> ubiquity` in the commandline and describe the issue on the bug
>> tracker. Take note of the bug number and enter that number into the qa
>> tracker ( http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/387/builds )
>> and follow the test instructions. If you are unable to finish the
>> "case" successfully, it is a fail.
>> If we are going to provide i386 images for people who have 32-bit
>> machines, they need to work for them. If we can't, we shouldn't
>> provide them.
>> Thanks so much for your help, folks! I need your reports on the qa
>> tracker for them to count.
> Will issue a bug. However I wonder if it is a display driver issue.
> After 64-bit tests are done I may test with ubuntu 18.04 32bit.
> If only Kubuntu 32 bit has this problem, maybe we need someone else to
> test with different environment.
> Franklin Weng
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