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- Mar 16 2019, 9:36 AM (38 w, 1 h)
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@kc2bez Are we affected by this?
Fri, Nov 15
Could you please answer these questions?
Thu, Nov 14
What is the use case for the "new login" button? I mean, if a user locks the screen, the user normally wants to unlock the existing session again.
Nov 5 2019
Nov 1 2019
Oct 28 2019
I am sorry for wasting your time!
You don't waste our time! At the end, maybe it is the same developer or packager, that is working with your bug report, independently if it is written on Phab or Launchpad.
(Maybe the wiki shold mention that Phabricator is only used to track development so others can avoid the same misunderstanding.)
Maybe you are right.
Oct 27 2019
First of all, thank you, that you have started writing bug reports.
Oct 26 2019
Oct 13 2019
Is this task resolved or is there still something to do?
Oct 12 2019
Oct 9 2019
Oct 4 2019
Oct 3 2019
@tsimonq2 I try to upload it in the next two hours.
Oct 2 2019
Postponing to 20.04 because there is no new upstream release available.
Sep 30 2019
Sep 29 2019
Sep 28 2019
Sep 24 2019
The file src/boot/grub/themes/lubuntu-grub-theme/icons/lubuntu.png has dimensions of 512x512 px.
Sep 21 2019
I have still duplicates on a new installed system from the latest eoan iso:
03: Print 03: XF86HomePage 03: XF86MonBrightnessDown 02: Control%2BAlt%2BB 03: XF86Mail 03: Control%2BAlt%2BL 03: XF86MonBrightnessUp 03: Meta%2BE 03: Shift%2BControl%2BF6 03: Shift%2BControl%2BF7 04: Control%2BAlt%2BDelete 03: Control%2BAlt%2BT 03: XF86MyComputer 03: XF86Calculator
What is the file size?
Sep 15 2019
Sep 14 2019
05: XF86MonBrightnessUp 02: Control%2BAlt%2BB 05: XF86Calculator 05: XF86Mail 04: Shift%2BControl%2BF6 05: Shift%2BControl%2BF7 05: Control%2BAlt%2BL 05: XF86HomePage 03: Print 05: XF86MonBrightnessDown
Sep 13 2019
After every reboot/boot, I have another entry for some shortcuts in ~/.config/lxqt/globalkeyshortcuts.conf, e.g. Print.
Fix changelog entry
Sep 8 2019
Sep 6 2019
Aug 24 2019
Aug 23 2019
Shouldn't we inform the users and explain, how to fix it? Every installation from a 18.10/19.04 ISO is still vulnerable and will remain vulnerable for the next weeks, months, years.
Aug 20 2019
My testing steps:
Aug 19 2019
- Fixes in automirror module
After sbuild -d eoan-amd:
Aug 13 2019
See my inline comment
Aug 11 2019
The default, and therefore expected, behaviour is, that the Grub menu is only shown with several installed operating systems. It would make some users angry, if they would see the Grub menu and wait 3, 5, 10 seconds until it boots. Why should there be a Grub menu, if you only have one operating system?
If there is no "platform expectation" from Ubuntu, I am in favour of always including UMASK=0077.
Opened upstream issue.
Aug 9 2019
After testing a bit, I think that pkexec does not work well with Calamares.
Aug 7 2019
I have no problem to make recommendations like 1 or even 2 GiB of RAM. And we can or should write these recommendations and the minimum requirements into the manual/blog/download page/forum, so that it will be hard not to find them.
I disagree. The point of minimum requirements is, that we prevent users from installing, if the machine does not fulfil the minimum requirements (e.g. on hardware with 256 MiB). The minimum requirements should be based on technical facts and not impose unnecessary limits.
Aug 3 2019
The reason, why the stable lxqt-archiver build is failing is always the same:
+ uscan --download-current-version uscan warn: In debian/watch no matching hrefs for version 0.0.96 in watch line https://github.com/lxqt/lxqt-archiver/releases .*/lxqt-archiver-([\d\.]+).tar.xz Build step 'Execute shell' marked build as failure
On https://github.com/lxqt/lxqt-archiver/releases there is no lxqt-archiver-0.0.96.tar.xz to download.
Without any log files or stack traces, it is quite challenging to find out the reason. (Maybe you have to clean the logfile from access tokens and other sensitive data prior to publish them)
Aug 1 2019
@Tj Thank you. I have changed the issue now.
Created upstream bug to include UMASK in initramfs.conf and not in a separate configuration.