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    Hi all.

    Thanks for having me.

    Thanks for having Elfy too. He still misses you all.

    All done now with this - all the best, keep up the good work.

    Come April I'll be dealing with the ubuntu...
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    Xubuntu 32 Bit

    We're no longer producing 32 bit images.

    Just in case people think there's an issue on the tracker with it gone now.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cannot mount partitions

    Do you see anything in logs?

    You could try opening a terminal and running journalctl -f

    Now try mounting - do you see more information than system call failed: bad address there?
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    [xubuntu] Re: Thunar column autoexpand broken

    https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4801

    Not sure there is a bug reported on launchpad for it - but the work would get done by Xfce and shown on the bug above anyway.
  5. Re: ISO testing auto-resize instructions seem confusing

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-manual-tests/+bug/1795159

    No-one has bothered to fix it.
  6. Re: How to start contributing to Xubuntu

    I don't see anything on https://xubuntu.org/contribute/ that says come to the forum?

    The support page mentions the forum though ;)
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    mobile access

    Any plans to catch up with the world here? Access on a mobile is as awful as it was back when horses were the new cars ... Or still waiting for canonical IS to care?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cosmic updating error

    How is using -proposed and I suppose testing packages in there useful?

    You don't know for sure that those packages will even be used - or superseded by packages that work properly ...

    That is...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cosmic updating error

    Don't doubt it - still bewildered why people think running with it enabled permanently is at all useful.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cosmic updating error

    Works fine for me.

    I had the issue this morning when I enabled -proposed to see if there was something there, when I disabled it again it's fine.



    So - using proposed for some reason?...
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    [SOLVED] Re: dpkg was interrupted 18.04

    Check /etc/modprobe.d/ for an nvidia.conf file

    Bug was fix released : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nvidia-graphics-drivers-390/+bug/1761593
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    [SOLVED] Re: zram?

    Up to you of course. but ... ;)

    Report early - might get fixed, report late - less chance of it.
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    Re: Reporting XFCE Bugs

    That wiki page is well out of date - it was last edited in 2009 ...

    I certainly didn't know it existed. That page is in fact specifically about reporting upstream

    I've now changed it to point...
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    Re: I have a question

    If that is the case - worrying about antivirus applications is pointless - or perhaps laughable.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Next 18.10 will be cosmic

    Unless they decide to just use it - this is exactly right. It is logged as such on IRC logs.
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    Re: Grub2 no longer boots all oses

    Given that what you did with grub customiser appears to have broken your grub then I'm not sure why you're blaming something else :)

    What happens if you undo what you did to make it stop working?
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    [xubuntu] Re: Double wifi indicators

    It appears to be a result of having 2 indicator plugins - the old one is still needed for thunderbird.

    Try editing preferences from the status notifier and hiding the network indicator.
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    Re: time zone for Ubuntu release dates

    They didn't - they are busy ...
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    Re: time zone for Ubuntu release dates

    There is an expected respin due to a 1767067

    Once there is a respin, it needs testing - for all flavours, then the images have to built on cdimage, then it gets released.

    The current...
  20. Re: Why doesn't Ubuntu use HTTPS for the main ISO download and system updates?

    Here you go:

    https://rt.ubuntu.com/Ticket/Create.html?Queue=1

    That's where to report this.

    I'd be surprised if they'd never thought of it ...
  21. [xubuntu] Re: Create zip archive fails from thunar/caja

    Yea - been testing a lot of the 'not in Xubuntu yet Gtk3 things' thunar is one of them :)
  22. [xubuntu] Re: Create zip archive fails from thunar/caja

    Did you add something to Thunar to do this? Not seeing the possibility to create archive in Thunar here.

    (Possibly because Thunar 1.7.2 Gtk3 version)
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    [SOLVED] Re: Xubuntu 18.04 feature list?

    There is ALWAYS a Xubuntu release note for the dev release and it starts up early in the dev cycle.

    Shortly after we release 18.04 I'll copy that to the 18.10 release note - which will then get...
  24. [all variants] Re: file command produces different results in 18.04 vs 16.04

    Definitely not -proposed as it's not in there.

    As far as the other 2 go - your guess would be as good as mine.

    I'd probably go for -release as it's been released, on the other hand it's a...
  25. [all variants] Re: file command produces different results in 18.04 vs 16.04

    From the current Ubuntu iso


    root@ubuntu:~# cd /media/ubuntu/Data/iso/Xubuntu/18.04/
    root@ubuntu:/media/ubuntu/Data/iso/Xubuntu/18.04# file bionic-desktop-amd64.iso bionic-desktop-amd64.iso:...
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