On 07/25/2011 09:58 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote: > When you were poking around with the installer for your low-disk > space install version of 11.04, did you see anything that also > doubled up the minimal RAM requirement? The standard build now > requires 384MB RAM, a couple of people have now flagged this up. (Try > installing it on 256MB of RAM).
I think I noticed that somewhere during alpha 3 testing, mentioned it, and the response was along the lines of "it's ubiquity, not much we can do about it". I think when I tested it the installer RAM requirement was closer to 320MB than 384MB though, are you sure a full 384MB is needed? Since then there was discussion of making the "Alternate" text mode installer UI be the default Lubuntu ISO, which makes sense to me. Of course, that needs us to be able to *create* an Alternate CD, which needs Canonical to get the build system working for us... or for us to do a lot of work to do it ourselves. When I suggested I create a build system here I was more or less told "oh, don't do that, it would be a lot of work"... so I didn't, and now here we are with no build system! I'm in a bit of a "wait and see" mode at the moment; if we really don't get a working build system from Canonical by Alpha 3, I'll probably have to make time and DIY something as a stopgap measure. It's just that I feel like the moment I actually do that, it will be eclipsed by the "real" install setup finally working!! Jonathan _______________________________________________ Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop Post to : email@example.com Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp