Hi Julien and everyone, So sorry for the late reply.
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 > Hmmm, don't know yet how the installer do that but as long as it worked, it's ok, I won't nag about it :) Ah, probably because you have a webcam, and my system doesn't. > Yes, it happened that my Cam was connected to my PC. However, my point was and still is: there is no point of that step anyway because the purpose of taking a picture is to use it later after the user finishes the installation and that never happened. I mean, after I'm done with installation, I can't see the picture I took anywhere so what's the point of that? Do you think it might work with Ubuntu because it uses GDM while Lubuntu uses LXDM? No, a package available in official repository, but not installed by > default. > That's really great. So, will you guys remove the extra themes and stuff? or everything will remain the same? If it's still possible to do that at the moment, I would vote to remove the extra themes and give the user all the ability to install it after that from the repo. Just my opinion :) Probably this bug : > https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lxpanel/+bug/818869 > Preciously. Indeed "lxpanel - 0.5.8-1ubuntu3" is working correctly. Thanks! Just run "ubuntu-bug network-manager-applet" > *ubuntu-bug network-manager-applet* In LXTerminal > it gives a pop up error msg > Package network-manager-applet does not exist. Please advice! 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? > There you go :) http://i51.tinypic.com/14nhdm8.jpg http://i51.tinypic.com/2ekq544.jpg This is what I get when I report the problem with File Manager. http://i54.tinypic.com/2r44qpt.jpg This is what I get when I report LSC. That's all for now :) On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 2:16 PM, Julien Lavergne <gi...@ubuntu.com> wrote: > 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 ??? > > 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 > -- Best Regards, *A.J amjjawad* My Blog <http://amjjawad.wordpress.com> My Wiki Page <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad> My Launchpad <https://launchpad.net/%7Eamjjawad> My Ubuntu Forum Profile <http://ubuntuforums.org/member.php?u=941822>
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