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Thread: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Elfy View Post
    From the testcases it would look like they need the system to be installed


    Frontend would appear to require backend to be working -

    Yep .. posted it above your's Just about to get on that now. It uses a really slick xfce desktop almost like Xubuntu but the live session works right out of the box ..smooth and sleek.
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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    must have been posting at the same time
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    You haven't heard of the Bay of Mante, have you? he said.
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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    Will not copy or move video file to /srv/ , even in root. So I cannot complete the test. Any hints??

    Download a demo file. I recommend a MP4 trailer (for example, the 480p MP4 trailer athttp://www.sintel.org/download ).Once downloaded, move this file to the /srv/ directory (it must be outside your home directory)
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    fixed..
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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    Just a question. While setting up the mythubuntu they mention the 'machine ip'. Do they want the external ip or the internal ip?

    In this step here. So I would assume we use the ip reported when using ifconfig from terminal ie; 192.168.2.29 or the Bcast 192.168.2.255 ???

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    • IP Address (Under Local Backend): [use the machine's IP address (not 127.0.0.1)]
    • Security PIN (required): 1234
    • IP Address (Under Master Backend): [use the machine's IP address (not 127.0.0.1)]'
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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    I just did a clean install of 14.04 on an HP 655 laptop, everything is working great! No problems with the installation other than an error caused by Windows 8 partitions. I deleted the partitions and the install went fine after that.

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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    Quote Originally Posted by d-cosner View Post
    I just did a clean install of 14.04 on an HP 655 laptop, everything is working great! No problems with the installation other than an error caused by Windows 8 partitions. I deleted the partitions and the install went fine after that.
    I have run into this problem several times during this cycle and the best tool I have used is GRuB Rescue CD. Once the 'live' CD is up just choose the 'update grub' option and it will give you both partitions in GRuB menu. (Is this the type of problem you were refering to?)

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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    Final images are live on the tracker. Please test if you've not yet submitted a result to the tracker this week! Thanks everyone!

    http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/m...nes/314/builds

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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    I installed 14.04 x64 on my kids computer, the install went great! Both my laptop and the boys desktop are running very well and I have not run into any problems. I even enabled secure boot on the laptop and tried out the signed kernel and there was no problems at all with it.

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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    The 64bit iso is really smooth in the live session so far.
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    Re: Reminder: 14.04 images need testing!

    Ubuntu Trusty Tahr 14.04 LTS = $0.00
    brand new 240Gb SSD on sale a few weeks ago = $105.00

    Ubuntu Trusty Tahr 14.04 LTS released on my day off from work = pricele$$!

    ...installing now!
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