[Bug 1824588] Re: With AutomaticLogin enabled, logging out lands me on a black screen that's unresponsive to any keyboard input

2019-04-17 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
I will follow up ASAP. The plot continues to thicken. I tried a different set of hardware today with a B43 chipset and it didn't seem to be effected. But that board has only DVI and VGA outputs whereas the effected board with a G43 chipset has DVI and HDMI. I'd been using HDMI so now I ran another

[Bug 1824588] Re: With AutomaticLogin enabled, logging out lands me on a black screen that's unresponsive to any keyboard input

2019-04-16 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Sadly /var/crash is empty, and errors.ubuntu.com + whoopsie-id just displays a blank page. Also applying the workaround from bug 994921 does not result in creating a crash report. I started testing Ubuntu Disco 20190416 tonight and knowing what I know now I can say with certainty that the easiest

[Bug 1824588] Re: With AutomaticLogin enabled, logging out lands me on a black screen that's unresponsive to any keyboard input

2019-04-15 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Based on those most recent results I ran "dpkg-reconfigure grub-pc" and removed "quiet splash". Now it boots to the gdm3 screen every time. So maybe something to do with how plymouth hands off the boot process to gdm3? Or how quickly that hand off is completed? -- You received this bug

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-15 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
This was tricky but I finally got a successful boot (following several failed boots) using gdm3 by selecting the kernel with "e" from grub and then removing 'quiet splash'. So I hope this is more helpful. ** Attachment added: "prevboot.txt"

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-15 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Method used to collect this info: (1) Fresh installed 20190413.2 choosing not to auto-login. (2) Rebooted after install and surprisingly gdm3 appeared as it should so I booted to desktop and just rebooted. (3) That reboot failed as had been the previous case - just a black screen, totally

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-15 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
As requested. Definitely C2D era board (Intel DG43GT) running a Pentium Dual Core. ** Attachment added: "lspcik.txt" https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gdm3/+bug/1824588/+attachment/5256044/+files/lspcik.txt -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-14 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Slight change in behavior testing a fresh install of 20190413.2 - if installed with auto-login switched on logout did load and give the expected choices of Ubuntu and Ubuntu w/Wayland. But if auto-login is turned off I still get a black screen on reboot. I suspect that gdm3 is not even loading

[Bug 1824672] [NEW] Disco "check disc for defects" appears not to function

2019-04-13 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Public bug reported: Just testing the 20190413.2 image and after selecting "check disc for defects" the Ubuntu splash screen appears very briefly, no testing text is displayed, and a "no errors found" message appears in under one minute. As recently as 20190326.2 the test ran as expected

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-12 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
This does appear to be hardware related because I encounter no problem on a box with Intel G41 graphics but the X4500 is a no-go with gdm3. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1824588

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-12 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
I found that turning auto-login off resulted in booting to a black screen so after unsuccessfully trying the nomodeset boot option I installed 'lightdm-gtk-greeter' and 'lightdm' from recovery mode which gives me a working system. I had encountered no problems with desktop behavior but this box

[Bug 1824588] Re: Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen

2019-04-12 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
** Summary changed: - Ubuntu Disco logs out to black screen + Ubuntu Disco boots to or logs out to black screen -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1824588 Title: Ubuntu Disco boots to

[Bug 1824588] [NEW] Ubuntu Disco logs out to black screen

2019-04-12 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Public bug reported: Just testing Disco and wanted to see what login options are available after adding 'gnome-shell-extensions' and found that logging out lands me on a black screen that's unresponsive to any keyboard input. I'll test on some slightly different hardware soon. ProblemType: Bug

[Bug 1817625] Re: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
** Description changed: This is intentionally a duplicate of bug #1817485 to collect info on a fresh vanilla install of 18.04.2 after updating to prove that Ubuntu's default session is also effected. I just wanted to collect all pertinent logs to prove that this was in fact an unmolested

[Bug 1817625] Re: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
One more difference between the default and flashback sessions is that the keyboard hot-keys DO work in the default Ubuntu session, but NOT in the flashback session. So that makes this even a lower priority, and passes part of the responsibility onto the flashback devs. ** Tags added: gnome-panel

[Bug 1817625] Re: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
** Description changed: This is intentionally a duplicate of bug #1817485 to collect info on a fresh vanilla install of 18.04.2 after updating to prove that Ubuntu's default session is also effected. I just wanted to collect all pertinent logs to prove that this was in fact an unmolested

[Bug 1817625] Re: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Actually only a logout is necessary for the UI and volume slider to respond to the amp change. So I'll add steps to reproduce. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1817625 Title: Bionic

[Bug 1817485] Re: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Actually this specific issue effects the default Ubuntu session as well. I did a fresh install of 18.04.2, installed updates, rebooted, and checked it out to be sure. Then I filed bug #1817625 so one or the other needs to be marked a duplicate (and changed back to "new" rather than "invalid"). I

[Bug 1817625] [NEW] Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Public bug reported: This is intentionally a duplicate of bug #1817485 to collect info on a fresh vanilla install of 18.04.2 after updating to prove that Ubuntu's default session is also effected. I just wanted to collect all pertinent logs to prove that this was in fact an unmolested install.

[Bug 1817485] Re: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-25 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Bionic no longer displays allow above 100% in the sound settings UI. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1817485 Title: Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

[Bug 1817485] [NEW] Bionic "amplified" sound controls do not sync with volume slider

2019-02-24 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Public bug reported: I'm just setting up my first Bionic HTPC and I notice that if you select allow-amplified-volume in dconf that change only applies to the volume slider, not to the sound control UI. This results in the volume hot-keys not controlling sound above 100%. So if you're watching

[Bug 1816687] [NEW] Bionic pavucontrol fails to set default device if usb sink or source exists

2019-02-19 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Public bug reported: Just as the title says, if a usb sound card is in use pavucontol's settings are ignored. This appears to be an unintended result of the changes made to address bug #1702794. Specifically if you now look at /etc/pulse/default.pa you'll find this section: ### Use hot-plugged

[Bug 1489147] Re: Booting live Wily image results in black screen with or without random text

2018-09-11 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Wily is long past EOL. If anyone is still experiencing this bug with a supported version it would probably be best to open a new bug report. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1489147

[Bug 1737836] Re: Standard clock applet is oversized in Artful

2018-09-10 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Will we be able to push a patch into gnome-panel 1:3.26 in Bionic since it's an LTS supported until 2023? -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1737836 Title: Standard clock applet is

[Bug 1743686] Re: File system folder in nautilus Artful/Bionic flashback session does nothing

2018-08-16 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
It seems to me that the most sensible approach would be to just remove the Computer button from the Places menu. Then you'd just open Home and select Other Locations. I think that would be more in keeping with the latest Nautilus redesign. I'm not at all sure but we may want to do likewise with

[Bug 1737836] Re: Standard clock applet is oversized in Artful

2018-08-16 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Sorry to take so long getting back to this. Disabling "show weather" and "show temp" helps reduce that dead space but it must be done after each boot or reboot because the settings don't "stick". -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed

[Bug 1754200] [NEW] Ubiquity crashed while installing Lubuntu Bionic

2018-03-07 Thread Erick Brunzell via ubuntu-bugs
Public bug reported: Just performing a manual partitioning install using Lubuntu Bionic 20180306.1 amd64 and the installer crashed and generated this report. The only thing I did that may be "odd" is creating a SWAP partition during installation. ProblemType: Bug DistroRelease: Ubuntu 18.04