For me, it works fine, language stays as English.
Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop
Post to : email@example.com
Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu
On 12/28/2011 06:01 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
To make this little wish list come true, needs a the most precious
resource of all dev time. Hence my asking the boss if they had
time. It really looks good, can we spare a dev to babysit it?
Probably; if the upstream obkey author agrees to
PyGObject and GTK3?
Other than that, it just needs packaging and documentation, as far as
I can see. If it were really truly just a matter of packaging, I'd make
an attempt; but I'm not about to volunteer for the related
writing and porting-to-PyGObject work.
On 12/26/2011 12:09 PM, Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset wrote:
Will Viewnior be the default image viewer in 12.04 ? In 11.04 and 11.10
it's not in the repos...
There are some issues with the modified included graphics library that
Viewnior uses, and Debian/Ubuntu packaging policy. Its author does
On 12/23/2011 06:52 AM, amjjawad HOOHAA wrote:
I have Lubuntu 12.04 installed and it's up and running. I have done all the
updates and upgrades (
http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=11559293postcount=23) and now, I
want to use zsync that I already installed. *From my understanding to all
On 12/23/2011 06:09 PM, ∅ wrote:
Really? I've never had this problem, VM or not.
Which screensaver are you using? I'm using GLMatrix.
The default one does it for me, at least in virtualbox VMs. Although I
usually don't notice it for weeks, because I leave only one such VM
running unles I
Please would everyone note that in the world of Debian and Ubuntu
packages, chromium is a game, and chromium-browser is a browser :)
On Dec 22, 2011 8:43 AM, Phill Whiteside phi...@ubuntu.com wrote:
Removing Chromium using the two different commands provides massively
different results. This
On 12/21/2011 06:39 AM, Yorvyk wrote:
On Wed, 21 Dec 2011 14:19:04 + Yorvyk yorvik.ubu...@googlemail.com
On Wed, 21 Dec 2011 10:49:36 -0300 Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset
... the same search parameter
returns different things... (just try lame in LSC and
On 12/20/2011 08:58 PM, PCMan wrote:
I have a long-standing unresolved issue on my Thinkpad R60 laptop.
My Lubuntu gets overheat and performs shutdown automatically frequently. ...
There is some fairly detailed info on Thinkpad fan control under Linux at
On 12/17/2011 12:59 PM, amjjawad HOOHAA wrote:
... there are 3 different users are using the same PC and they want
something to display the name of the current logged in user beside a
feature to switch to another user.
Sounds like all they really need is a way to tell each login from the
On 12/17/2011 04:19 PM, Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset wrote:
2011/12/17 Gabriel Salles gabrielper...@gmail.com
Companies, universities, etc. will have a local repo or cache and
only download the update once for thousands of machines. Even some
home users do this if they have few machines.
On 12/17/2011 04:36 PM, Philip wrote:
Would it be possible to include something like a voluntary survey
with a round of updates? That would be better than raw numbers, and
the users who care enough to fill it out would probably provide the
Would this definitely be better than raw
On 12/14/2011 04:53 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
I've finally upggraded from 9.10 Ubuntu to 11.10 Lubuntu, the problem
is that my network monitor icon has vanished from my bar whilst I was
re-organising things and I do not see it any where on the the list of
things that should be there?
On 11/26/2011 01:07 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
No, the priority is the glade migration because only Lubuntu specific
packages are involved.
OK, that helps. Is there documentation out there somewhere about what
to replace glade with? Examples, tutorials, whatever? Is using glade
On 11/26/2011 01:38 AM, Michael Rawson wrote:
I guess it's possible to remove glade and 'hard-code' the interface,
but it might take a while.
That would be a step backwards in terms of long term maintainability,
though. I'm assuming there is a better replacement for glade, or an
On 11/25/2011 04:02 AM, Martin Olesen wrote:
I am showing this to more people than the ones who are registered
users of the wiki page. If I demand that they begin with a
registration I will lose half of the responses.
OK, please at least link to the demo site and response page from the
For Precise, we have several work items (15, according to
) that are related to killing gconf and glade.
I'd like to look at what this takes and why we are doing it; was there a
general Ubuntu-wide blueprint defining why
On 11/25/2011 10:02 PM, Andrew Woodhead wrote:
gnome3 uses dconf not gconf, so as gnome2 is dying or dead, we all
must move on and use what is supported upstream.
That makes sense, thanks. Actually it looks like we are supposed to
migrate from gconf to GSettings, which is a higher level
On 11/22/2011 01:17 AM, Swapnil Bhartiya wrote:
In pcmanfm, click on Go - Network Drives, and browse to the
desired machine and share.
Under Go Network I only see Windows Network (I don't have any
windows machines, all are either Ubuntu or openSUSE) , clicking on it
On 11/24/2011 12:47 PM, ∅ wrote:
On 11/24/2011 12:15 PM, Jonathan Marsden wrote:
Feel free to document all the protocols gvfs handles, if you think
that would benefit Lubuntu users. Please don't just document the
one protocol you happen to be using :)
Actually I have a question about
On 11/24/2011 04:26 PM, Martin Olesen wrote:
The site is at https://sites.google.com/site/lubuntunet/
Thanks for putting up a prototype site.
and comments can be written at
I thought as a team we had
On 11/21/2011 12:11 PM, Swapnil Bhartiya wrote:
Under Ubuntu's Nautilus its very easy to connect to other PCs, just
use the Connect to Server option, enter the IP of the machine, user
name and password and you can access the drives on that PC. How do
you do that under Lubuntu?
On 11/20/2011 07:29 AM, Chow Loong Jin wrote:
On 20/11/2011 19:31, Yorvyk wrote:
If a CPU can't support PAE it can't support more than 4GiB of RAM,
so the PAE part of the kernel shoudn't come into play.
From what I understand, PAE has a different set of paging structures
Projects - About Ubuntu - Derivatives
I suspect that in practice, more people learn about them by asking
others who use them. Word of mouth is *still* a good way to publicize
something. So, if you like Lubuntu, tell your friends about it :)
makes it impractical to run on a Pentium II,
we need to stand up and be counted. If (as I suspect) it only prevents
use on Pentium I, really old AMD, VIA C3 and Geode, then ... that's a
much smaller population of still-working computers, and I suggest we
let it slide.
On 11/18/2011 04:45 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
So there is no need to support the dropping of chip sets at 10.04,
and none of at the next release?
The changes in 10.10 that cause it to be unusable on some CPUs are
already made. I am unclear which exact CPU models can run 10.10 and
On 11/18/2011 05:43 PM, Jared Norris wrote:
So to this end, my question is, is there a simple command people can
run to see if their CPU can run PAE kernels? I would have thought if
cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep pae would not give any output if the CPUs
weren't capable? I'm not an expert so just
On 11/18/2011 11:50 AM, Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset wrote:
Last year they dropped support for a lot of machines, now they will
drop for a lot more?
A lot? How did you determine this, and can you let us know the
numeric upper and lower bounds of a lot in the second phrase of this
On 11/15/2011 08:17 PM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Ok, so I planned the meetings until next year.
The current Agenda will be available on
20:00 UTC Wednesday is 12:00 Pacific time Wednesday, so that's tricky
for me, I am likely to be at
On 11/13/2011 05:03 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Do you contact the person who owns the ITP of Viewnior ? Maybe he is
still working on it ?
I have now ... I wanted to make sure it wasn't going to be really hard
to package, before I started going public :)
On 11/12/2011 12:38 PM, amjjawad HOOHAA wrote:
*Original thread*: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1870442
In case I want to add more, shall I update my post or send them through
On 11/12/2011 04:03 PM, Lance wrote:
Please don't make extra work for our scarce and overworked developers :)
I've honestly wondered about that for some time now. While I'm no
dev by any stretch of the imagination I have been involved in Ubuntu
iso-testing for well over 3 years, and
On 11/12/2011 09:15 PM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Just a quick note, you can now follow progress of Lubuntu development
Oh, nice :) That's a lot prettier than the wiki page and blueprint text.
I've packaged Viewnior 1.1, using its original tarball (there is a
On 11/05/2011 05:51 PM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
So far, I don't see advantages to switch to Firefox. Of course, if
the benchmarks show a real difference, I may reconsider my opinion.
Tom's Hardware regularly benchmarks browsers, but sadly only under
Windows and OS X. The relevant page (Memory
On 10/25/2011 03:36 PM, Ali Linx wrote:
Network Error (dns_server_failure)
Your request could not be processed because an error occurred contacting
the DNS server. ...
Here is how to troubleshoot this kind of issue:
(1) Use dig +nssearch to find out the nameservers for the domain:
On 10/28/2011 11:41 PM, Yao Wei (魏銘廷) wrote:
Please help me check out the issue (Maybe the issue is in the proxy
server I can't touch: I got a proxy error). I tried to restart the
web server but it won't work.
I suspect this is because your machine can no longer resolve names such
On 09/15/2011 05:00 PM, Arief Rachman wrote:
I need some help. Is there any lightweight software like power point
in Lubuntu?! Because the main reason why I use netbook is its
portability to make presentation. But since there's no lightweight
program to make a presentation, I think I buy
Da: br41...@gmail.com mailto:br41...@gmail.com
Data: 11/09/2011 18.17
Ogg: [Lubuntu-desktop] Asking: How to read 'chm' and 'pdb'
I'm a newbie and I really love my new lubuntu. But I have some
problems here. I can't open my 'chm' and 'pdb' files. Is there any
I can do? ...
Yes, these files
On 09/07/2011 04:36 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
I'm am planning to see my dentist (and be told off for the length of
time since last visit).
Me too... I have a toothache! I see my dentist tomorrow... but her
offices are close to my work, near Walmart... travel time is not a
problem :) She
On https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing we have a chart that now says
our md5sums for some ISOs vary.
Um. The whole point is that they don't :) For a given ISO image, the
md5sum *must* be the same, or you don't have the same image!
I think maybe someone got lazy and didn't want to add
On 08/29/2011 01:02 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
@Jonathan, as I am still new to VM's, can the system I have test out
the mac ones?
In a word, no. You would need a way to emulate a PowerPC Mac; that's
not something Virtualbox does.
To do that, you would need something more like PearPC from
On 08/04/2011 04:00 PM, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) wrote:
Notice they're not oversized. Are these images uploaded by any of you?
No, they are generated by the Canonical build system, automatically.
Normal humans do not have upload rights to cdimage.ubuntu.com :)
Incidentally, I think you should
On 08/01/2011 04:11 AM, Lance wrote:
Just downloaded it, the md5sum I get is:
I'm going to go ahead and burn it because I seldom get a bad download,
but thought I should verify all the same.
My fault: I forgot to mention
On 07/31/2011 09:12 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
I've had two tries at downloading... both got to 100% then 'died' :(
I'll have another try later.
OK. I uploaded my test 10.04.3 ISO to your server last night, so
should work now for
On 07/31/2011 03:03 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
It seems that Chromium, and most certainly Oracle VM bitch out big
time at the filename, when I renamed it as .iso, it was a happy
It *is* a .iso file as provided, isn't it?? Filename is supposed to be
On 07/31/2011 06:09 PM, Jonathan Marsden wrote:
HOWEVER: *first*, the 10.04.3 image needs to work as designed, and
actually install to a hard disk :) ...
Well, I'm a significant step closer. A file called
lubuntu-lucid-20110801-i386.iso is being uploaded to Phill W's site as I
On 07/28/2011 01:15 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
I was thinking that possibly using something like remastersys
http://www.geekconnection.org/remastersys/ubuntu.html may be possible
for Jonathan to get a 'community' 10.04 update out pretty quickly
rather than you both having to spend time
On 07/30/2011 10:02 PM, Jonathan Marsden wrote:
My first attempt at an Lubuntu 10.04.3 ISO (warning: this is an
unofficial, community version, which is relatively untested, and may eat
your cat/steal your girlfriend/do bad things...) is now at
On 07/28/2011 02:55 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
oops, not proposed, it has been applied. My bad If it is a problem,
then I will roll back the page.
- pcmanfm $url
+ open_lxde $url
As long as it works (I have not tested this!), this is a positive change.
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
On 07/21/2011 04:29 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
I know we've discussed this before, but for the life of me I cannot
find the solution / bug-fix / work around
I'm not aware of previous discussion, maybe it was before my time :)
(This quote should have an attribution line, so we know
On 07/08/2011 04:37 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
As of yet, i have had no input to the presentation. I do need
thoughts in by about Wednesday.
OK, lets do an outline for people to improve on. Try something like:
Title: Lubuntu: Getting Started with a new lightweight Ubuntu Flavour
On 06/24/2011 03:21 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
And the RAM / CPU Usage for USC on a minimal spec Lubuntu machine is
Is kinda what I'm asking :)
Why are you asking that? Lubuntu is not about to start shipping USC by
default. Nor is Lubuntu about to remove synaptic.
People with minimal
Earlier I wrote:
This is a non-issue for Lubuntu, as far as I can see.
On 06/24/2011 02:47 PM, Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset wrote:
Maybe the concern about this should be focus on the future of the app.
Will it still be well supported now that's off from Ubuntu?
(1) It's not off from Ubuntu --
I've packaged a new upstream version of leafpad, 0.8.18.1, for Debian
and Ubuntu, and there are now Ubuntu packages of it in my PPA.
Brave volunteers running Ubuntu or Lubuntu natty (or oneiric alpha1) who
are willing to test this in the next week or so can obtain it using:
(4) One has a rather different copyright, and a license
statement that needs fixing:
src/gseal-gtk-compat.h: LGPL (with incorrect FSF address)
On 06/23/2011 09:27 AM, PCMan wrote:
Is it possible to make it GPL? I forgot who added this file.
Only its authors can change the licence
On 06/18/2011 10:16 PM, PCMan wrote:
Regarding to the LINGUAS file, we have a special issue here. ...
Yes, when I did the bzr recipe to package from the git sources more
directly I discovered that automation. So perhaps the earlier patch was
historical -- created before the automated
On 06/18/2011 10:07 PM, PCMan wrote:
Add LINGUAS, reference doc files and libfm-pref-apps.desktop launcher:
We do not translate desktop files directly. Neither do we commit the
translated desktop files.
OK... then this patch is not needed upstream. I'm not sure why it was
done this way as
On 06/19/2011 03:57 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Could we push them to a shared PPA, like lubuntu-dev/lubuntu-daily ?
Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop
Post to : firstname.lastname@example.org
get it fixed would be better
added to that but report, rather than discussed here on the mailing
list, I think.
Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~lubuntu-desktop
Post to : lubuntu
On 06/18/2011 12:53 AM, Jonathan Marsden wrote:
On 06/13/2011 10:12 AM, PCMan wrote:
I think we might also want to go through the bugs reported at
since some of these look like
On 06/13/2011 10:59 PM, Jonathan Marsden wrote:
... you have two
options if you want a package of the current libfm and pcmanfm code:
(1) go ahead and package it now, yourself, in your own PPA, or
(2) wait for someone else to package it.
Option (2) happened, or is happening.
On 06/14/2011 03:17 PM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
I'm playing with writing a script to grab the libfm git head and
Julien's package and automatically create a new package based on the
combination of the two. ...
If you want to spend more time on this, you should look at recipes on
On 06/11/2011 01:55 PM, Lance wrote:
As a complete noob to Lubuntu (moving from Ubuntu/Gnome) I wonder if
it would be possible to test this via a PPA before committing to a
change for Oneiric.
Yes, it is possible :)
By definition, a new upstream release of pcmanfm will need to be
On 06/13/2011 07:11 AM, Martin Bagge / brother wrote:
On 2011-06-13 14:27, Julien Lavergne wrote:
So, what is missing for having a stable release of pcmanfm ? Any
major features are still missing ?
This is a key question for Lubuntu right now.
Using git HEAD as source for a package in a
On Tue, 14 Jun 2011 01:12:06 +0800 PCMan pcman...@gmail.com wrote:
OK, thanks, that's good to know.
SUGGESTION: Let's test the current almost-0.9.9 codebase, fix any
major issues found in the next week or so, then bump the SONAME
On 06/06/2011 11:49 AM, Jason Hsu wrote:
Given the similarities in our distros (targeting the lower part of
the Linux market and being based on existing distros), I figure that
much of what works for Lubuntu will work for Swift Linux.
I wouldn't be very confident of that; we use the Ubuntu
, 06 Jun 2011 06:52:12 -0700
From: Michael Casadevall mcasadev...@ubuntu.com
To: Jonathan Marsden jmars...@fastmail.fm
It's great to get your email, and know that there's serious interest in
this. Right now, debian-cd is currently transitioning from livecd-rootfs
to live-helper under the hood which
On 06/06/2011 03:22 AM, Jared Norris wrote:
I take no credit for the answer but just wanted to pass on the
information apparently the issue with the missing shutdown and
reboot buttons has been traced to starting X using the startx
command rather than the correct startlubuntu command.
On 06/05/2011 06:03 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Le Saturday 04 June 2011 à 22:13 -0700, Jonathan Marsden a écrit :
that we are telling the build system that we need multiverse.
This revision is quite
I noticed in
that we are telling the build system that we need multiverse.
But I *think* we should not be doing that any more. All packages in
11.04 were in main, universe or restricted.
Am I mistaken? Can
I know we don't have GTK3 stuff sorted in Alpha1. This is an example of
the kind of issues we may face as we migrate.
Clicking on Bird - System Tools - Time and Date does nothing visible.
in LXterminal gets me
Gtk-ERROR **: GTK+ 2.x symbols detected. Using GTK+ 2.x
On 06/03/2011 06:32 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
I know you did ask if we could manually divert every single page from
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lubuntu and initially I thought that
it was not a major undertaking. I was wrong.
On 06/02/2011 07:54 PM, Jared Norris wrote:
This is only a fairly recent occurrence or I would have picked up on
it I would have thought. Does anyone have any suggestions on the best
way to troubleshoot this sort of issue? I would simply log out and
then back in but this is my main machine
On 06/02/2011 07:54 PM, Jared Norris wrote:
I would simply log out and then back in but this is my main machine
where I value my uptime so would prefer to leave that until last
(1) Logging in and out does not change uptime, rebooting changes uptime.
(2) Unless the machine is
On 05/30/2011 12:19 AM, Chris wrote:
What I think is going wrong is difference in jargon. When the Lubuntu
devs/people asked for a roadmap is what the Accessibility people
would see as an priority list. When the Lubuntu people have their
priority list, then they can create their own roadmap.
On 05/27/2011 09:26 AM, Pia wrote:
..., but in open source, if you have a very small group represented,
you have to get your hands dirty first in order to sufficiently
understand the situation well enough to come up with good system
specifications and a reasonable roadmap in a reasonable time
On 05/29/2011 12:03 PM, Alan Bell wrote:
How about sharing Ubuntu's current official accessibility roadmap with
the Lubuntu developers, as a start? ...
not a roadmap as such, but I have started drafting a document on the
Ubuntu infrastructure for accessibility
On 05/28/2011 04:24 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
If we are going to keep pidgin for IM, what do we need xchat for?
Mainly for those of us who use IRC, and only IRC, and have used xchat
for years :) It's a matter of personal preference, of course.
If there is good reason to remove xchat,
On 05/27/2011 09:21 AM, Yorvyk wrote:
I think an Alpha 1 is needed to provided something for people to
install in order to get started testing rather than changing Natty to
Oneiric in sources.list.
So you are saying that is is easier and quicker to download an entire
600+MB ISO, and then
On 05/28/2011 05:34 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
wasting RAm actually referred to having x-chat and pidgin both running
together... x-chat does IRC fanatastically, but is not too good at MSN
messenger, AOL / AIM, Yahoo! etc :)
OK. So the fix for that is simple: don't do that, unless you have
On 05/28/2011 06:47 PM, Jean-Pierre Vidal Piesset wrote:
IMHO having two programs that one fit in the other is a waste of
space in the CD and effort for the Lubuntu devs.
It's definitely extra effort for one of the Lubuntu devs if I have to
learn to use Pidgin, after years of using xchat :)
On 05/27/2011 07:16 PM, Tim Bernhard wrote:
I just noticed that the crashing Keyboard and Mouse/Input Device
Prefs app crashes on both of my laptops. ...
Anyone else willing to test this?
This is a known bug.
What we need is
On 05/26/2011 02:03 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
I'll do it if nobody have comments on it. Thanks :)
* June 2nd : Alpha 1
My instinct would be to skip the Alpha 1 this cycle.
I'm concerned that this is too soon and won't really be useful -- what
would we gain by having alpha
On 05/25/2011 05:32 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
your thoughts on espeak for lubuntu?
Given lack of spec for what we want to do, if someone is working on
speech output for Lubuntu, using espeak at least as a quick fix seems
BUT this question in itself is cart before the horse
On 05/24/2011 01:17 AM, Yorvyk wrote:
A 700 MHz PIII Celeron with 256 MiB of PC100 RAM and a 100 MHz drive
is quite usable. A 200 MHZ PIII Celeron and 128 MiB of 66MHz RAM
with a 33 MHz drive is dog slow. If you add a screen reader into
the mix I think the later set-up would become
On 05/22/2011 08:43 PM, PCMan wrote:
Another problem I got in libfm.
When I tried to add gtk-doc and glib-testing supports to it, some
errors happened during make.
Actually I did not know how to correctly use these tools. Help is
needed in this part.
An option may be removing gtk-doc
On 05/23/2011 01:33 PM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
I'm not aware of any big crasher.
Right click on the Lubuntu 11.04 desktop. Click Desktop Preferences.
In Desktop Preferences dialog box, click on the Wallpaper mode field.
Select Fill with background color only.
Crash! X disappears, then lxdm
On 05/23/2011 04:58 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
From a general chat to our head of development on lubuntu, he is of
the opinion that if the code is really (and I mean really) tight,
that it would be possible to include within the very tight
constraints that we are committed to be able to
On 05/22/2011 04:06 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Thanks Jonathan :) Don't forget to update the TODO page next time :)
OK... I tend to only remember to update TODO when the job is done, not
when I start working on it!
On 05/22/2011 08:41 PM, PCMan wrote:
After this one is finished, I'll try to find some time to fix other
bugs in the file manager.
As for other lx-* stuff, I currently don't have enough time to fix
them. Really glad that you can help.
OK. Personally, I think that when developer time is
On 05/08/2011 02:15 AM, PCMan wrote:
Seriously, Lubuntu did a lot of fixes to the original LXDE and most of
them are quite good.
Can anyone help integrate the fixes with upstream source code?
OK, I started on this today.
I grabbed the current libfm git tree and added six commits, one for
On 05/18/2011 09:57 AM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
Can some one pass me the details for the community 64 Bit 11.04.
On 05/17/2011 02:39 PM, matthew byers wrote:
Hey folks, what is the supported method of getting apport hooks
packaged? Is the process to do as brian murray suggest and: In the
event that you write a hook for a package that you can not *upload*
or need help getting sponsored, please report a
On 05/15/2011 11:32 AM, UndiFineD wrote:
As discussed at uds, put only fital documentation on disc that gets
people online so they can read it on help.ubuntu.com.
Is all the Sylpheed and Gnumeric help documentation already on
Does the Help menu item in these programs
Earlier, I wrote:
I suspect the number could be lowered to around 9 for a
1.8GB size check, but I have not tested that yet.
On 05/15/2011 12:44 AM, Mikhail Maksimov wrote:
No it can not. Tests done on alpha3 show that the system requires at
least 2000 MB (decimal M) just to install
On Thu, 12 May 2011 Kendall Weaver kend...@peppermintos.com wrote:
Thanks for the feedback. It's interesting to see the differences between the
way things are done here at Lubuntu versus other projects I maintain or
contribute to (in addition to Peppermint, I also build the Linux Mint LXDE
Thanks for doing this, as you will see from your web server log, an
amd64 Lubuntu is something quote a few people are interested in :)
On 05/11/2011 03:33 PM, Kendall Weaver wrote:
Yeah, as with all things of this nature it needs to be run through
the gauntlet a time or two before
On Mon, 09 May 2011 08:32:50 -0700 Lee Gold leeg...@operamail.com wrote:
Sorry for the delay. Also, in case you don't believe me I've included a
screen shot of the update manager showing the request for Apache
updates, but I don't know if the image attachment will be scrubbed or
On 05/06/2011 02:53 AM, Julien Lavergne wrote:
Let me know if it's usable for everyone.
Works for me. I fixed a pile of the bitesized bugs already :)
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