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Install (manual partitioning) in Kubuntu Desktop i386 in Bionic Daily (archived)

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Proceed in your native language if you wish. Instructions will remain in English

Boot up the image
The system boots properly and loads the installer displaying the Welcome dialog with language selection and 'Try Kubuntu' and 'Install Kubuntu' buttons
Click on the Install Kubuntu button
The 'Keyboard Layout' screen appears
The proposed keyboard corresponds with your keyboard
Select your keyboard layout and click on continue
The 'Updates and other software' screen is displayed
On the screen 'Updates and other software', note the availability of the following components
Available options should represent the state of your system accurately
  • (If network is available) Download updates while installing Kubuntu
  • (If on a 'laptop') Is plugged to a power source
  • Install third-party software ... option available
Click on the continue button
The 'Installation type' screen is displayed
Select Something Else
A screen showing the current hard disks and partition layouts is displayed
Select the drive you wish to partition and use the Add '+', Change 'Change...', and Delete '-' buttons to create your desired scheme
The screen updates showing your desired partitions and mount points
Once you have your required partitioning scheme laid out, click on the Install Now button
The 'Where are you?' screen is displayed
If your system is connected to the network, note the preselected timezone correspond with your timezone and the city indicated in the text box
The timezone and city displayed match your timezone and the main city from your area
Select your timezone, and click on the continue button
The 'Who are you?' screen appears
Input your initial user details and password (Note admin can not be used - it is a dedicated Linux User)
Name, username and password are accepted. Additionally, the continue button is enabled
Click on the continue button
The 'Welcome to Kubuntu ' slide is displayed
The slideshow is entirely in your language
Wait for the installer to finish
An 'Installation Complete' dialog appears
Click the Restart now button
GUI is shut down, a prompt to remove media and press Enter appears
Remove the disc and press enter
The machine is rebooted
Allow the machine to reboot
The system boots properly and loads into Kubuntu

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit a 'failed' result and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result.

ReporterLast updateBugsComment
Failedguiverc2020-08-12 21:34
kubuntu 18.04.5 qa-test, video artifacts & flashes as content on display
changes (#1891408)

In: kubuntu-meta (Ubuntu)
Status: Incomplete
Importance: Undecided
1 reports, 5 comments, 1 subscribers, 0 duplicates
kubuntu 18.04.5 daily manual partitioning ubiquity crashed (#1891415)
In: ubiquity (Ubuntu)
Status: New
Importance: Undecided
1 reports, 2 comments, 1 subscribers, 0 duplicates

hp dx6120mt (mini-tower, pentium 4, 3gb, winfast clone of nvidia 7600gt)
clicked install 3rd party this time, see if I have issues with still

second attempt at manual install.. turns out after DELETE, then CREATE with same options, the partition RETURNS and without FORMAT checked (I didn't check it; didn't even notice box) it re-uses the old partition - explaining my last attempt.

I clicked FORMAT this time, and ubiquity has crashed.. I could use CTRL+ALT+T to open terminal so clicked OK and it's started *live* mode... video artifacts now visible so (which is filed against wrong package!)

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Passedguiverc2020-08-12 22:09

dell [optiplex] 755 (c2d-e8300, 8gb, amd/ati radeon rv610/radeon hd2400 pro/xt)
this box is amd64 (so will be quicker), but the non-flashing screens (due on dx6120) won't make headache worse...

box had 2 installs (sda1 & sda5), i opted to replace sda5 ensuring format was checked.

reboot, old system (lubu 18.04.5) looks good
reboot, login to new system, password didn't appear as dots as I entered it, ignoring
disk is as appropriate, kubuntu looks good.

rebooted & entered password again, no dots appear as I type into sddm. If i click inside a password box dots do appear, and I've noted identical behavior before in Lubuntu testing on this box.

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In Progressguiverc2020-08-12 21:04
xubuntu bionic daily; error restoring applications ; on a formatted
partition? (#1891275)

In: ubiquity (Ubuntu)
Status: New
Importance: Undecided
1 reports, 4 comments, 1 subscribers, 0 duplicates

hp dx6120mt (mini-tower, pentium 4, 3gb, winfast clone of nvidia 7600gt)
clicked install 3rd party this time, see if I have issues with still

didn't find install-alongside, so switched to this QA testcase..
i just deleted the SDA1 partition & then re-created it for install..

error has appeared (looks like
Error restoring installed application.
An error occurred while restoring previously-installed applications. The installation will continue, but you may have to manually reinstall some applications after the computer reboot.
I erased & re-created the single partition on this system, so don't expect this error. I don't expect any restoration of packages to occur, but even if it did - my install was from the same image with no packages added (unless downloaded & installed during install itself, which could have been done again).

The installer then exited??? no reboot message at all??? !!!

I manually rebooted the 'live' image since I was thrown back at desktop (I clicked INSTALL and not TRY at the beginning, i didn't expect to end up in the TRY mode at all)

this is weird... Login to what I expect to be a CLEAN/FRESH Install, and firefox opened at my artifacts bug report for the prior install???? command history is present (df, lsb_release & other commands used to test post-install). there is a single install which should have been formatted, so something is wrong (or I did something wrong..)

Was there an acceptance box I misread & thus missed, that caused the intended format (erase partition, create partition) to be NOT done, and thus only system directories were erased; explaining the attempt to restore packages??? this test is of no value until re-done..

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