Live Session in Kubuntu Desktop i386 in Bionic Final (archived)

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Test-case Live Session Start

Boot up the image
Kubuntu boot screen is displayed
When ubiquity starts select your language in the left column
Language is selected, all labels are changed to translated versions
Press "Try Kubuntu" and wait for the Live session to start
The default desktop is displayed

Test-case Live Session Usage

Use and execute the default applications found for the desktop enviroment being run
All applications should function without error

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Passedalex-kubu2018-04-26 17:21
Visualization problem with OpenGL 2.0 compositor, fixed switching to
xrender (#1767196)

In: kwin (Ubuntu)
Status: Confirmed
Importance: Undecided
1 reports, 3 comments, 2 subscribers, 0 duplicates

Everything works as it should, just some strange behavior with knotes, after open it the system became unresponsive and I was unable to quit knotes and the reported bug with the default compositor OpenGL 2.0 fixed using xRender (see reported bug)

Motherboard: Asus P5LD2-Deluxe
CPU: Intel P4 3.20 GHz
Graphics: GeForce 6600
Ram: 2 GiB

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Passedbionicmac2018-04-26 16:53


Installation on:

IBM ThinkCentre-M52
CPU: Intel P4 3.00 GHz x 2
Graphics: Intel 945G
Hard Disk: Maxtor 6Y080P0 80.1 GB
Ram: 1.9 GiB
Ethernet: Onboard Intel 82573E Gigabit Copper
Sound: Intel HDA - NM10/ICH7

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Passedrikmills2018-04-26 16:27Link to the testcase revision
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