Sun, Mar 29
Sat, Mar 28
Finally I could solve the test issue, here is the code https://github.com/hmollercl/lubuntu-breeze-config
If we create a phab repo we could add it there.
@tsimonq2 do you have any news on this?
Wed, Mar 25
Mon, Mar 23
I assumed you saw
Mar 3 2020
Mar 1 2020
Feb 26 2020
We have it in place. Only that grub isn't detecting it by default. Need to dig up the grub manual. We might need to change some stuff in cala settings or in the artwork depending on how grub works.
Feb 24 2020
Finally resolved in 220.127.116.11.
@The_LoudSpeaker could you evaluate where we're at with this and what next steps we need to take, if any?
Feb 23 2020
And now we have a new upstream bug linked. tl;dr it's calling the wrong path to udevadm.
Feb 22 2020
Thank you for fixing this! :-)
Upstream indicates the new version fixes some of this issue. I have packaged the new version and uploaded. I think we should also incorporate the startup shell script but that needs to go in cala settings.
Feb 20 2020
This has landed in the latest daily iso and is working as intended.
Just tagging @Leok on this one since he discovered the issue originally.
Feb 19 2020
We released. We can deal with the socials separately.
This fix is hanging out in proposed and hasn't migrated to the release pocket yet. If someone is adventurous they can upgrade from there and test.
So crazy scripted the installs and had failures both ways but had less failures with the script. It seems more appropriate to do things that way, anyways. Someone want to drum that up?
Feb 18 2020
Nevermind the above, I got it to fail anyways.
Although I find it really circumstantial and fails to explain why we suddenly had this problem nor why renaming os-prober seems to work around the issue, upstream sees the problem to be the way we're calling things. Apparently just running sudo calamares "solves" the problem and while I'm skeptical of that, it does seem to work. Subsequently, upstream has changed the docs to reflect this fact.
@kc2bed sadly, no. While I agree that D82 works as intended to automatically use nm-connection-editor as opposed to nmtui-edit and while I see that as a vast improvement, it's still not the Qt-based solution we want. We probably should drop this from 20.04, though.
@wxl When runing debuild, it could be usefull to add -tc flag so "postclean" is run since there are a lot of files created in debian folder that won't be deleted with "rm -rf !(debian) .pc/"
I can confirm that edit connections now opens the Advanced Network Configuration now. @wxl should we close this one up?
Feb 17 2020
Confirmed it's got the fix and that version is in the 20200217 ISO and
that it works perfectly. I'm calling this officially good.
It looks like a new snapd landed in focal today. I am not sure if it has the fix we were looking for or not but I am thinking so. Test away folks.
Feb 14 2020
@kc2bez I believe that those other themes make differences in kwin (or maybe plama?), so we don't see it. This "color-schemes" files are from kde and have more than the colors, you cal look at those files and see.
Please remove the commented out code. It is not executed and therefore not needed.
Feb 13 2020
That looks pretty nice @hmollercl That script seems to work pretty well. One question; what is the difference between Breeze, HighContrast Breeze and Breeze Light. They all seem pretty similar.