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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    There isn't an Ubuntu alpha or beta release this time around, the daily live iso, are supposed to be tested and usable, but for several of us, the latest kernel won't even boot.
    Freed up some space on the HD and was ready to jump in. I guess I'll give it some time.
    Thanks for the reply!
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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    I finally managed to get Raring installed. It was hanging at the same place as before with no disk activity.
    But, I noticed it was doing some intensive disk activity on my 1TB USB drive so I turned that off and it installed successfully.
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    Exclamation Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    I noticed on http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ that the Debian Installer Nightly Builds are no longer being made. Is this a Permanent Change? Just wondering.
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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by kevpan815 View Post
    I noticed on http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ that the Debian Installer Nightly Builds are no longer being made. Is this a Permanent Change? Just wondering.
    If you mean the alternate install iso, it has been discontinued, and all the functionality has/will be rolled into the Live iso.

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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    If you mean the alternate install iso, it has been discontinued, and all the functionality has/will be rolled into the Live iso.
    In deed, even Lubuntu is considering dropping the alternate image if and when the mini.iso provides adequate wireless support.

    But as of today the Lubuntu alt images still exist:

    http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/daily/current/

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    Smile Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Thanks, that answers my question.
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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Just wondering if I forgot to do something in Raring. I get alerts that something went wrong and I click to proceed.
    It asks if I was to send logs with the info and then it asks if I was to send the nvidia log.
    Then it never goes past that point.
    With Quantal it used to bring up a bug in launchpad and asked if this was a new one or should I just add my name as being affected.

    I'm not seeing any of that and I don't know what I did differently.
    If I'm going to contribute I may as well do it right.

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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Error reporting has changed quite a bit over the last couple of releases, have a look here, for an explanation.

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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    Error reporting has changed quite a bit over the last couple of releases, have a look here, for an explanation.
    I installed a couple of things that appear to help Apport. I have Whoopsie installed.
    I don't have daisy or errors. The nearest thing to Daisy is daisy-player in SPM.

    Is there anything I need to do? At the end of encountering an error it asks for my password but, does not appear to send any data.

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    Re: Release Schedule, Partial Upgrades and Common Questions

    Whoopsie, is sending data to daisy for use on https://errors.ubuntu.com/. You can still create bug reports using apport:

    Code:
    ubuntu-bug <package_name>

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