There's also an equally [*bad but quick*] Software image added to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Marketing/Lenny (Lubuntu modern logo overlayed on top of old LXDE symbol)
Sun, Jul 21
Re: user settings, yeah I don't have a good solution except perhaps a post-inst script that checks for the lxlock definition and queries the user to change it to light-locker? @tsimonq2 do you think that makes sense?
Here it is:
Sat, Jul 20
Can you share the debdiff for the change just to be perfectly clear?
Looks like btrfs just got swapfile support, perhaps making this more of a possibility upstream.
Fri, Jul 19
Tue, Jul 16
I would say this is a basic security feature and should function as expected. I wouldn't say that this bug is a security issue since it is still possible to lock the screen, but it just makes it harder. I guess it's a security issue if a user hits the button expecting it to work and walks away without paying attention.
I started with the paperwork. So far I have this:
Fixed now in Eoan. debdiffs for other supported versions added and ~ubuntu-sponsors subscribed. Now we wait.
Mon, Jul 15
Sounds like we're done. @tsimonq2 can you find the right place to put this, please?
Sun, Jul 14
Merge request submitted for Eoan.
Worked for me on disco as well.
@wxl I have tested by making a startup disk in every release from Xenial to Eoan. They all work very well for me, no issues.
1280x800 (16:10) j3400 ; host 18.04 LTS but I didn't change GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR line so no logo
P.S upstream is here. Will need to get it into Eoan and mark the bug as Fix Released before the SRU can be sponsored.
PPA now available.
Also you've got some Travis stuff in the diff you should probably get rid of.
See the description of the parent task. There's a link there.
I have started playing around with this and uploaded a package to https://launchpad.net/~apt-ghetto/+archive/ubuntu/ppa-test
Sat, Jul 13
Thu, Jul 11
I just had a really good QA-test using 19.10 daily.
(following bits copied from my comments on test)
Wed, Jul 10
About desktopswitch2, for me, if I change desktopswitch in P9 with desktopswitch2, the super+Fx keys retain themselves, they do not revert to Ctrl+Fx
I pulled down P10 and replaced my openbox lxqt-rc.xml
I then pulled down P9 and replaced my globalkeyshortcuts.conf
Tue, Jul 9
Hey @wxl I commented out the media keys from lxqt-rc.conf and added them to globalkeyshortcuts.conf. Those which were transfered were Mycomputer and Calculator. I couldn't add the Terminal key. I tried setting it to something else and then change it by editing the file but no. that entry disappeared after a reboot.
Also, added a couple of new media keys, (got hands on an extra keyboard for sometime):
Mon, Jul 8
@guiverc Thanks! The d755 with 16:10 display looks decent. But there isn't much change on d780 with 4:3 displays. But it's okay. Nothing much I can do.
@The_LoudSpeaker as requested via irc
The SRU is now in the wild (well, in proposed):
Sun, Jul 7
Yup! Thanks @guiverc
With changes made as requested by @apt-ghetto - fyi: d780 & I stopped timer to find my phone
I have tested this in a VM and on bare metal. The bare metal machine had 2 displays and the full-screen window appeared only on the main display (expected behavior). The VM resolution was set to 800X600 and everything appeared on the screen and looked normal.
I was going to suggest this. I need this very much. Always have to log in using firefox for no reason.
@guiverc Update /etc/default/grub
#GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null || echo Debian` GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR='Lubuntu'
and sudo update-grub.
Writing something new is maybe easier, because hardinfo is based on C.
Sat, Jul 6
Yup! I have been noticing it since day 1. That's why I wanted to see how it looks on actual hardware in bios. What's the default resolution on actual hardware in bios?
Idk why the icon is looking pixelated, I have used the one with maximum pixel size 512x512. If smaller are used, they do not look as much detailed in larger screens.
About top logo being scrunched, it is because, it's a part of the background. There is nothing like "Title-logo" which could point to the logo file. So I had to paste it over earlier background.
In little 640x480 VirtualBox, the big logo looks scrunched and the Hummingbird is a bit pixelated.
guiverc: The viao showing up 19.04 is mostly because you must have updated from 19.04 to 19.10. same is the case with me.