Le 09/28/2011 10:10 PM, Ali Linx a écrit :
> ***3- Installation > Something else >> I'm installing on a wiped HDD
> with 18.6GB un-allocated space >> no matter what custom size I choose
> for root (/) partition, the install allocate the whole space to that
> partition (sda1) and I can't do anything about it. Definitely a bug
> but I'm not sure whether I can re-produce it or not?
> - I choose 4GB but it gave the whole space to sda1
> - I choose 10GB but it gave the whole space to sda1
> - I even tried to adjust the size after that but it did not allow me
> to change it
When you select a partition, you need to affect all the space of this
partition. If you want affect less, you need to resize the partition, or
split the partition.

> On the partition screen, there is two devices: 
> - /dev/sda
> - /dev/zram0 
> I have never seen that before so what is "/dev/zram0" ???
I also had this recently, but it seems to be gone with the last ISO. You
can report a bug against ubiquity is you see it with a recent daily
build : http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/daily-live/current/

> 2- First Step in the installation (Choosing the Language) > *You may
> wish to update this installer* > Click on it >  Message disappeared.
> I don't remember I have seen that before. It happened on that PC not
> on my other PC. The message is a link when you click it, it's gone.
> I have no idea what is that?
It's because a new version of ubiquity is available. If you use a recent
daily build, it should not appear.

> 1- XChat is not installed by default, unlike Lubuntu 11.04.
Yes it's normal, we removed it in this cycle. But you can install it
after the installation.

> 3- I installed LSC on PC2 where I did Test No.2 and I can see the
> Search Box is active and the interface of LSC is a bit different now.
> However, I got many Crash Report and Screenshots will be included.
Please run LSC in a terminal and paste the output to a bug report.

> 4- PCManFM keeps Crashing even on both PCs. Crash Report could NOT be
> sent again. Screenshots will be included.
You need to update your system before sending automatic bug reports.

Julien Lavergne

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