For Daily ISO Testing

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For Daily ISO Testing

Postby wolfden » Tue May 04, 2010 5:52

Please use this forum only for testing and reporting of the Daily ISO, see press release here: viewtopic.php?f=60&t=20537

Make sure you are reporting accurate information, we need complete information as not to discard your report. The more information you can give the better.

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Re: For Daily ISO Testing

Postby jmdennis » Tue May 25, 2010 21:08

I am using the daily build from the 22rd of May. This is more of some thing that I want to see. It would be nice to have manual setup for the hard drive. If I go through the process it lets me delete the partitions and then when I try and use that free space it just locks up on me. I for one like one big root directory as I do not want a seperate home partition. I went through the install process with how it wanted to partition my hard drive and other then not being able to get to a terminal by using ctrl alt f1 as it shows a screen with strange colors which means usually that it did not pick up the right driver for my nvidia card. I like to do my updates this way rather then from the desktop but was updating when I left.

I forgot to mention that I was using the AMD64 version and the Gnome desktop.

I did the install again last night as I wanted to try out the KDE version and found that it does have the manual configuration but I still have the same problem as when I delete all the partitions and try to create a new one it just sits there. I have not left it there for some time but my cd drive does not spin after this. It does install great if I accept the defaults. One thing that I noticed and did not try for the Gnome version is that my Sansa Fuze does not mount. It did mount just fine in version 5.2. I have not looked into this yet as to why the computer does not recognize it.
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Re: For Daily ISO Testing

Postby wolfden » Thu May 27, 2010 4:45

please make a new topic when reporting, Thanks :D
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Re: For Daily ISO Testing

Postby ManBl » Sun Feb 04, 2018 15:14


I'm testing daily-isos on my PC.

I sit for my PC - KDE-desktop of Sabayon, must go for any time off,
come back and see the login-screen, password-window, unlocking.

Now I write my password and make ENTER.

But no unlocking possible, I cannot login . why?

What can i do to unlock the login-screen?

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