Live Session in Lubuntu Desktop amd64 in Bionic 18.04.4 (archived)

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Test-case Live Session Start

Boot up the image
Lubuntu 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 Lubuntu" 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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Passedleok2020-02-04 14:08

Dell Inspiron 3521 tested basic features - all seemed to be in order.

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Passednio-wiklund2020-02-04 07:42

I only tested the basic features in the Toshiba laptop,, where I usually test Lubuntu, and they seem to work like previous point releases. I had hoped that the casper package would be backported from Eoan to allow for a simpler way to make persistent live drives, but it is not there yet. I guess it is too late for this point version, maybe we can ask for it in 18.04.5. The Lubuntu specific features seem OK for me.

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Passedguiverc2020-02-04 00:53

hp dc7700 (c2d-e6320, 5gb, nvidia quadro nvs 290)
i'll do this test again on different hardware, am using the 'live' to setup a home partition I can use for next test...
very quick play, but primarily gparted to shrink partition, create second, open term to `cp` my guiverc directory to new partition, `chmod` etc

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