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 lmde-2-MATE-amd64-201701151258

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Maintainer:
clem
Status: Approved for BETA release
Architecture: amd64
Type: MATE
Registered: 1 year ago

Tests

Untested cases (29)

CategoryTest case
Edition#005c: Kernel metapackage
Edition#006: Terminal quick-access
Edition#008: Terminal fortunes and colors
Edition#019: LSB and info file
Edition#020: Ctrl, Alt, Backspace
Edition#021: Login Manager branding
Edition#022: Home folders
Edition#023: Temp files on edit
Edition#024: Delete permanently
Edition#026: Open as root
Edition#027: Backgrounds
Edition#028: Themes
Edition#029: Firefox branding
Edition#036: Localized installation
Edition#037: mintWelcome
Edition#041: mintUpdate
Edition#042: apt sources
Edition#042: Software Manager easy access
Edition#043: apt policy
Edition#043: mintInstall
Edition#044: apt update
Edition#045: repository keys
Edition#047: Online Plugins and File associations
Edition#048: All applications
Edition#106: Laptop battery/bluetooth
Edition#110 Screensaver - lock screen - switch user
Edition#113: Ask password on suspend
Edition#114: OEM installation
Base#034: IRC auto-connect

Succeeded cases (11)

Test caseReportsSuccessWarningsFailures
#000: Integrity check1100
#001: ISO label1100
#010 Clean root dir1100
#038: Installation with custom-partitioning1100
#039: Other OS in Grub1100
#105: Boot Hybrid ISO via USB1100
#111: EFI Installation1100
#003: Plymouth text theme1100
#004: Plymouth default theme1100
#005: Network Manager1100
#107: Encrypt Home Folder1100

Comments


 

clem
1 year ago

OK, added to roadmap.

 

Monsta
1 year ago

There's also mint-md5sum script in /usr/local/bin, not sure if it's needed these days.

 

Monsta
1 year ago

monsta@betsy ~ $ apt contains pastebin
mintinstall-icons: /usr/share/linuxmint/mintinstall/icons/nautilus-pastebin.png
mintinstall-icons: /usr/share/linuxmint/mintinstall/installed/nautilus-pastebin.png
mintsystem: /usr/local/bin/pastebin
xapps-common: /usr/bin/pastebin

 

So, pastebin from /usr/local shadows the one from /usr, and they are actually different scripts (they use different websites to paste). Should anything be done about this?