lmde-5-Cinnamon-amd64-202203111553

clem
  8 months ago
Architecture: amd64
Type: Cinnamon
Status: Approved for Stable release
Comments
mtwebster 8 months ago

Downloads is not in pix's sidebar


mtwebster 8 months ago

seahorse titlebar sharp corner if the window is too small (existing issue)


mtwebster 8 months ago

If you see the 'please remove install media..' message in the graphical shutdown logo, -label is installed


enyc 8 months ago

Aah, yes the warning on previous image so may legitimately not be there on this version, as you say warning misleading...


Monsta 8 months ago

Do you get that plymouth warning with this iso? It should be already fixed by inclusion of plymouth-label package (that one actually contains label.so - the warning is misleading).


enyc 8 months ago

Something apparent from LMDE5 -- when installing extra kernels etc get warning (may be harmless):-
W: plymouth: The plugin label.so is missing, the selected theme might not work as expected.
W: plymouth: You might want to install the plymouth-themes package to fix this.
Even on this iso, plymouth-themes not installed.


enyc 8 months ago

The touchscreen focus issue seems not to be completely sorted, turns out that booted from this iso on netbook, using this website maximized in firefox -> touch LM menu in bottom left and touch focus for menu items often goes through to the underlying firefox -- not every time but clearly 'touch-focus' issue still present.


enyc 8 months ago

I think release-notes could tell users how to install bullseye-backports of key packages, notably libreoffice linux-image-amd64 linux-headers-amd64 are particularly useful cases, not needing flatpak overhead in LO case.
Kernel 5.15 has the new NTFS driver and other compatibility improvements with new hardware. Ideally there could be an edge image with bullseye-backports kernel provided, or pre-included as boot option on install image, but that would create extra work to make installer recognize the case too...


enyc 8 months ago

Good news on Scanning and this image with ipp-usb installed (but not necessarily running):-
(1) Machine with SCSI card and old scanner -- scanning works fine.
(2) USB scanner non-ipp-network -- scanning works fine.
I can't currently test an ESCl network scanner machine but the libsane version in bullseye11 is (just) sufficient for this to work without separate sane-airscan.
**NB** Be helpful for thos in the know about ipp-usb problems in mint20.x to re-test whatever the problem was, bearing in mind ipp-usb service might need manually starting, possibly....