Alright, I'm writing this all down in one place so I don't forget and others can rubber ducky me. Basically, we need to set Calamares up to configure some custom settings, iff the OEM GRUB entry is set. This isn't horribly complicated at all.
Thu, Apr 18
This task remains here so that it does get added there.
Exactly. Move everything over, it doesn't belong here. :P
Spite closes things, dummy.
Put it in rNEWREL New Release Tooling :P
The sloppy way we dealt with release notes and the website indicates how important things like this are.
It better be done. Cuz it's out.
It looks like the open stuff never got fixed, but oh well.
I prefer to pass on this, not much time and I don't have problematic machines anymore to test. However, apparently there is a better solution for broadcom than it was before when I had the issue packaged in bcmwl-kernel-source.
Could we seed it?
@hmollercl you're probably right, but I've seen cases where live works but the install doesn't. In any case, I want to know what Ubuntu proper does so we can emulate that. You have any interest in digging into that quagmire?
Why in https://phab.lubuntu.me/w/lubuntu-dev/new-code/ this appear to be C++? It could be done in Python to.
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I understand the issue with wireless drivers (Broadcom comes into mind) but graphic cards?
I mean if there are graphic chards drivers necessarily needed (ie nouveau doesn't work) calamares wouldn't start, am I wrong?
Besides Broadcom, any other drivers you are aware of?
Wed, Apr 17
Looks like the golang stuff is gone. The others would be nice to remove, but we took care of the big stuff.
Tue, Apr 16
I would suggest we just add this to rNEWREL New Release Tooling, sort of like how the Ubuntu release checklist is.