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
*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
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
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.
Probably this bug :
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?
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 :)
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