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Install using Calamares (entire disk) in Lubuntu Desktop amd64 in Lunar Daily (archived)

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

Boot up the image and select your language
The system boots properly and loads the language selection menu
Press enter over the "Start Lubuntu" text
The system should boot to the live desktop
On the desktop, click the "Start Lubuntu XX.YY" icon to open the installer
Select your language/localization in the dropdown menu and click "Next"
The installer should be localized in your language
Select your timezone and click "Next"
A map should appear allowing you to select your timezone, and if the internet is connected, should already be accurate
Select your keyboard layout and click "Next"
Test the keyboard layout in the given box, which should be set correctly
Select the "Erase disk" radio box and click "Next"
A partition layout should be shown which uses all disk space, and the bootloader should be installed to the correct disk
Enter details about the main system user and click "Next"
All details should be correctly filled in
Confirm the details you entered throughout the install are accurate and click "Install", then "Install now"
All details should match what you entered
The slideshow should correctly display, and when the installation is done, a menu should display asking you to confirm your settings
Allow the machine to reboot
The system boots properly and loads into Lubuntu showing the username you entered

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
Passedarraybolt32023-04-18 13:25
Typo in status text during a Spanish (Mexico) installation of Lubuntu (#2016910)
In: calamares (Ubuntu)
Status: Fix Released
Importance: Critical
Assignee: Rober
1 reports, 9 comments, 3 subscribers, 0 duplicates
2016910
Installing with full disk encryption when using a non-English keyboard
layout results in difficulties unlocking the disk (#2016912)

In: calamares (Ubuntu)
Status: Confirmed
Importance: Critical
Assignee: Lubuntu Developers
1 reports, 6 comments, 2 subscribers, 0 duplicates
2016912

Raw QEMU+KVM VM, 4 GB RAM, 15 GB disk space.
testcase: full disk, encryption, BIOS, internet, no-swap, install using another language.
Installation successful, rebooted, tried and failed to unlock the disk several times (forgot the passphrase, then had keyboard layout confusion), remembered the passphrase, then figured out a keyboard layout anomaly and *then* managed to unlock the disk. Auto-logged in, verified that the UI was (mostly) in Spanish. Launched LibreOffice to confirm that needed localization packages were installed. Launched Firefox and browsed social media, used the LMMS Wikipedia page for audio testing. Forgot to check if the swapfile really was absent.

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Passedguiverc2023-04-18 04:11

hp dc7700 (c2d-e6230, 7gb amd/ati rv610/radeon hd2400 pro/xt)
testcase: full disk, no-encryption, BIOS, no-internet, swap
reboot & perform checks - all good

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Passedguiverc2023-04-18 03:20

sony vaio ultrabook svp11216cgb (i5-9400u, 4gb, intel haswell-ULT)
testcase: full disk, no-encryption, EFI, internet, swap
install completed; reboot & perform checks.. swap, partitioning as expected & system is good.
no automatic internet connection, but my key was remembered & connected on selecting it.

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Passedguiverc2023-04-18 03:13

dell [optiplex] 780 (c2q-q9400, 8gb, amd/ati cedar radeon hd 5000/6000/7350/8350)
testcase: install using existing partition

having trouble getting the thumb-drive to boot on this box; I use the box daily for many hours each night, but it hasn't liked recent USB media for booting for some reason... ignoring as box specific I'm convinced.... and as so late in the cycle I don't want to use another box

reboot & selected the new system; media is 0417 as expected; used history to show the prior checks; bad joke from fortune, clementine started with my playlist & music, external USB drive was connected with data present on quick scan; package diff had nothing that worried me etc.
reboot & selected the lubuntu jammy system, looks untouched & how it should
reboot & selected the lubuntu kinetic system, it's logging in now so will end here & assume its good too
will reboot & check debian too; assuming good

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-18 01:39

HP Chromebook G4, 4 GB RAM, 256 GB SD card as install target, UEFI.
testcase: custom partitioning with XFS
Installation successful, rebooted, logged in, launched Firefox and browsed social media, used Wikipedia's LMMS page for audio testing. Verified that the right FS was in use with "lsblk -f". "swapon" indicated that there was a swapfile.

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-18 00:37

HP Pavilion dv7, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, old NVIDIA graphics, 1st gen Core i7, BIOS.
testcase: custom partitioning with BTRFS
Used a GPT partition table with a bios-grub partition and a single BTRFS partition on /. Installation successful, rebooted, auto-logged in, launched Firefox, browsed social media and used the same LMMS Wikipedia page for sound testing. Used "lsblk -f" and KDE Partition Manager to verify that the filesystem and partitions were right, and also used "swapon" to verify that there was a swapfile.

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Passedguiverc2023-04-18 00:36

hp dc7700 (c2d-e6230, 7gb amd/ati rv610/radeon hd2400 pro/xt)
testcase: replace partition

selected sda1; so will replace dc7700-1 ($HOSTNAME) install
reboot & select untouched install; it was dc7700-2 install as expected; looked untouched & good
reboot & select new install; as expected dc7700-3 .. all checks done & all great

note: I was careful not to touch monitor.settings this time; but did check moving a couple of windows around & no issues (drag felt slow..)

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Passedguiverc2023-04-18 00:08
lubuntu monitor settings touching screens with gap between (#1882411)
In: lxqt-config (Ubuntu)
Status: New
Importance: Undecided
Assignee:
1 reports, 18 comments, 1 subscribers, 1 duplicates
1882411

hp dc7700 (c2d-e6230, 7gb amd/ati rv610/radeon hd2400 pro/xt)
testcase: install alongside

whilst install was running, I liked how the wallpaper looked good split across screens, then wondered how given the resolution differs in them, so went & looked at monitor.setup.. saw the overlap & strange alignment so corrected that.. alas now I have a huge gap between screens... ie. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lxqt-config/+bug/1882411

this visual effect does not impact the installer (it continues running and won't impact install I bet

rebooted & selected prior install; looks untouched & great (ignoring reduced disk size)
reboot & select new install.. all looks good on operation (overlap of displays is evident in monitor.settings but that's a non-install issue thus ignoring)... all operational checks passed (using default monitor.settings)

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-18 00:06

HP Pavilion dv7, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, old NVIDIA graphics, 1st gen Core i7, BIOS.
testcase: full disk, no-encryption, BIOS, internet, swap
Installation successful, rebooted, logged in, checked swapfile presence with "swapon", launched Firefox and browsed social media and used the LMMS Wikipedia page for sound testing.

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-17 23:36

HP Pavilion dv7, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, old NVIDIA graphics, 1st gen Core i7.
testcase: full disk, encryption, BIOS, no-internet, no-swap
Installation successful, rebooted, provided decryption passphrase, logged in, tested sound with "aplay" and played 2048-qt. Rebooted again, then used "swapon" to ensure that no swapfile was present. All operations went as expected.

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Passedguiverc2023-04-17 23:36

hp dc7700 (c2d-e6230, 7gb amd/ati rv610/radeon hd2400 pro/xt)
testcase: full disk, no-encryption, BIOS, internet, swap
reboot, login & all looks good
single partition (no ESP) & all checks good.

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-17 23:11

HP Pavilion dv7, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, old NVIDIA graphics, 1st gen Core i7, BIOS.
testcase: custom partitioning with separate /home
Installed with an existing 23.04 installation alongside. Shrunk existing install to 64 GB. made a new install with a primary 32 GB partition and an extended partition holding the rest of the drive's space. / was put on the 32 GB partition, /home on a partition inside the extended partition filling the rest of the drive. All filesystems were ext4. Installation successful, both operating systems were usable. Tested sounds with Wikipedia's LMMS page, browsed social media on Firefox on the new install. Booted into the old install and played 2048-qt and used "aplay" for sound testing.

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Passedguiverc2023-04-17 23:05

sony vaio ultrabook svp11216cgb (i5-9400u, 4gb, intel haswell-ULT)
testcase: full disk, encryption, EFI, no-internet, no-swap
added auto-login to this one
rebooted; attempted to boot using invalid-encryption key; failure to oot
rebooted & valid key used.. other than blacklist messages; was soon at LXQt logged in session
post-install checks all good; install media correct; luks encryption, all disk utilized & no swap

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Passedkc2bez2023-04-17 22:28

full disk, encryption, secure-EFI, no-internet, no-swap Toshiba C55
Test passed. Drive unlocked with password. Was able to connect to internet after install. Tested VLC, Featherpad.

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Passedkc2bez2023-04-17 22:07

no-encryption, secure-EFI, no-internet, swap Toshiba C55 laptop
Test passed. was able to add internet connection after install. Tested Lubuntu manual link from the desktop, worked as expected.

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-17 21:59
You can "enable" encryption and then not provide a passphrase for the disk,
in which case Calamares will do an unencrypted installation (#2016828)

In: calamares (Ubuntu)
Status: Fix Released
Importance: Undecided
Assignee:
1 reports, 5 comments, 1 subscribers, 0 duplicates
2016828

HP Chromebook G4, 4 GB RAM, 16 GB eMMC chip as install target. testcase: full disk, no-encryption, EFI, no-internet, no-swap. This started out as an encryption-enabled install but for testing purposes I left the disk passphrase blank, which it turns out resulted in Calamares not encrypting my drive at all (which makes sense since I didn't provide any encryption passphrase). Installation successful, rebooted, was logged in automatically as I enabled autologin during the installation. Used "aplay" to test audio, and played 2048. (Firefox launches but as I was doing a no-internet test I didn't connect to WiFi to test it.) Verified that no swapfile was present with "swapon".

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Passedkc2bez2023-04-17 21:49

full disk, encryption, secure-EFI, internet, no-swap Toshiba C55
Test passed, disk unlocked with password, tested Firefox, VLC.

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Passedarraybolt32023-04-17 21:28

HP Chromebook G4, 4 GB RAM, 256 GB SD card as install target. testcase: full disk, encryption, EFI, internet, swap. Installation successful, rebooted, provided encryption passphrase, was logged in automatically (since I enabled autologin at install time), launched Firefox and browsed social media. Tested audio by using Firefox and the LMMS Wikipedia page. Rebooted again, then verified that swapfile was present with "swapon".

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Passedkc2bez2023-04-17 20:53

EFI/Secureboot with Internet and Swap Toshiba C55 laptop
Test passed, wireless settings persisted after install. Tested Firefox, Featherpad, LibreOffice.

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Passedt-piekarski2023-04-17 14:39

Description: Installation succeeded and all expected results met
Hardware: qemu/KVM, x86_64 on a Framework 13, Intel i5-1240P
Remarks: None

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