Le 09/28/2011 07:05 PM, Ali Linx a écrit :
> What I was trying to say is I did not get an error message or the
> installer didn't crash even though the partition where I was trying to
> install Lubuntu 11.10 beta 2 on is less than 4GB.
> I have done another installation on another PC with less space (3.5GB)
> and again nothing wrong happened. 
> Does that mean the problem is fixed? or it happened from time to time?
>
> Also, does the installer calculate the total HDD Size and based on
> that it decides whether the Disc Space is not enough or not? just to
> make sure what I'm thinking about is correct.
No, but it seems that ubiquity is not so strict about the space
available. But it's still a bug, see : http://pad.lv/819538

> "Choose a Picture" Step appears right after the partitions screen but
> I'll double check and confirm where exactly it appears.
> But, is it a bug or something? it shouldn't show up, right?
Ah, probably because you have a webcam, and my system doesn't.

>     7- We plan to add more artwork, but not by default. It should be a
>     package available which have more artwork for Lubuntu.
>
>
> PPA you mean? that would be great and better IMHO :)
> Lubuntu really needs lots of these stuff. I was trying to write some
> guides about that but I'll wait until 11.10 be released and will have
> 6 months to write guides as much as possible :)
No, a package available in official repository, but not installed by
default.

>
> *8- I'd like to report a new problem with the Menu:*
> I installed "Cairo-Dock" and I wanted to move LXPanel to the top of
> the screen. I done that. While I was trying to open the menu, I got
> the following *screenshot 
> <https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/vacsCkuxZGGGwePAPZUNIA?feat=directlink>.*
> I repeated the same with the other PC without installing Cairo-Doc, I
> just moved the LXPanel to the top of the screen and the same issue
> happened again.
> Menu is totally blank as you can see and you can't do anything unless
> you moved it back to the bottom.
> Please note that I haven't tried to "restart" the LXPanel.
> Please advice!
Probably this bug :
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lxpanel/+bug/818869

>
>     9- Yes please, I'm sure the network-manager will have a look at it
>     if you document it like this :)
>
>
> I'm sorry but where do I have to report that?
> here https://bugs.launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop
> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/%7Elubuntu-desktop> ???
>
Just run "ubuntu-bug network-manager-applet"

>     13- Yes, it should collect all the information we need.
>
>
> When I tried to report that, nothing happened. Seemed to me the Report
> can't be sent. Please advice!
> Shall I include a screenshot next time?
>
Yes please :)

Regards,
Julien Lavergne
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