Activity log for bug #947107

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2012-03-05 13:12:07 d❤vid bug added bug
2012-03-05 13:15:15 d❤vid tags usability
2012-03-05 13:15:20 d❤vid tags usability ui usability
2012-03-05 13:15:35 d❤vid tags ui usability alongside partition ui usability
2012-03-06 21:38:59 Brian Murray tags alongside partition ui usability alongside partition ubi-partman ui usability
2012-03-06 21:39:12 Brian Murray tags alongside partition ubi-partman ui usability alongside partition precise ubi-partman ui usability
2012-03-06 22:18:40 Brian Murray ubiquity (Ubuntu): importance Undecided Wishlist
2012-03-07 10:37:56 d❤vid attachment added 1. Install 12.04, select alongside installation (this screenshot), click "Next" https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/947107/+attachment/2828450/+files/1-install-type.png
2012-03-07 10:38:39 d❤vid attachment added 2. Slider appears with sizes but no meaningful labels https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/947107/+attachment/2828475/+files/2-partition-sizing.png
2012-03-07 10:40:53 d❤vid description I clicked through the 12.04 LTS Beta 1 installation wizard and selected "Install 12.04 LTS alongside 11.10". I am presented with a simple slider to manage the partitions for the existing and new version of Ubuntu. However, the only labels present on the partitions are the sizes (approx 120GB and 60GB). Which one is for 12.04 and which for 11.10? I would suggest adding labels either for the partition names ("/dev/sda1", "/dev/sda2") or (preferably) for the OS that is/is going to be installed on the partition ("Ubuntu 11.10", "Ubuntu 12.04"). The latter would obviously be preferred because I wouldn't neccesarily know what the former means. (btw, I'm assuming my existing installation would stay on the existing partition, /dev/sda1?) At the moment I can't continue past this step knowing what is going to happen, which means I don't really want to! :) I will add a screenshot asap. I clicked through the 12.04 LTS Beta 1 installation wizard and selected "Install 12.04 LTS alongside 11.10". I am presented with a simple slider to manage the partitions for the existing and new version of Ubuntu. However, the only labels present on the partitions are the sizes (approx 240GB and 60GB). Which one is for 12.04 and which for 11.10? I would suggest adding labels either for the partition names ("/dev/sda1", "/dev/sda2") or (preferably) for the OS that is/is going to be installed on the partition ("Ubuntu 11.10", "Ubuntu 12.04"). The latter would obviously be preferred because I wouldn't neccesarily know what the former means. (btw, I'm assuming my existing installation would stay on the existing partition, /dev/sda1?) At the moment I can't continue past this step knowing what is going to happen, which means I don't really want to! :) I will add a screenshot asap.
2012-03-08 23:11:31 Launchpad Janitor ubiquity (Ubuntu): status New Confirmed
2012-08-18 17:59:32 Dimitri John Ledkov tags alongside partition precise ubi-partman ui usability alongside bitesize partition precise ubi-partman ui usability
2012-08-18 18:00:43 Dimitri John Ledkov tags alongside bitesize partition precise ubi-partman ui usability alongside bitesize partition precise rls-p-incomming ubi-partman ui usability
2012-08-18 18:01:01 Dimitri John Ledkov nominated for series Ubuntu Precise
2012-08-18 18:01:01 Dimitri John Ledkov bug task added ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise)
2012-08-18 18:01:01 Dimitri John Ledkov nominated for series Ubuntu Quantal
2012-08-18 18:01:01 Dimitri John Ledkov bug task added ubiquity (Ubuntu Quantal)
2012-08-20 19:22:45 Launchpad Janitor ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): status New Confirmed
2012-09-11 11:02:31 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): status Confirmed Triaged
2012-09-11 11:02:33 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Quantal): status Confirmed Triaged
2012-09-11 11:02:39 Dimitri John Ledkov bug task deleted ubiquity (Ubuntu Quantal)
2012-09-11 11:02:45 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu): importance Wishlist High
2012-09-11 11:02:51 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): importance Undecided High
2012-09-11 11:02:58 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu): assignee Canonical Foundations Team (canonical-foundations)
2012-09-11 11:03:05 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): assignee Canonical Foundations Team (canonical-foundations)
2012-09-27 10:55:33 Dimitri John Ledkov summary No partition labels in 12.04 partition wizard No partition labels in the resize widgets
2012-11-30 09:05:14 Eric Lambart bug added subscriber Eric Lambart
2013-04-01 16:31:56 Ubuntu QA Website tags alongside bitesize partition precise rls-p-incomming ubi-partman ui usability alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming ubi-partman ui usability
2013-04-12 12:31:13 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu): assignee Canonical Foundations Team (canonical-foundations)
2013-04-12 12:31:16 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): assignee Canonical Foundations Team (canonical-foundations)
2013-04-12 12:38:01 Matthew Paul Thomas description I clicked through the 12.04 LTS Beta 1 installation wizard and selected "Install 12.04 LTS alongside 11.10". I am presented with a simple slider to manage the partitions for the existing and new version of Ubuntu. However, the only labels present on the partitions are the sizes (approx 240GB and 60GB). Which one is for 12.04 and which for 11.10? I would suggest adding labels either for the partition names ("/dev/sda1", "/dev/sda2") or (preferably) for the OS that is/is going to be installed on the partition ("Ubuntu 11.10", "Ubuntu 12.04"). The latter would obviously be preferred because I wouldn't neccesarily know what the former means. (btw, I'm assuming my existing installation would stay on the existing partition, /dev/sda1?) At the moment I can't continue past this step knowing what is going to happen, which means I don't really want to! :) I will add a screenshot asap. I clicked through the 12.04 LTS Beta 1 installation wizard and selected "Install 12.04 LTS alongside 11.10". I am presented with a simple slider to manage the partitions for the existing and new version of Ubuntu. However, the only labels present on the partitions are the sizes (approx 240GB and 60GB). Which one is for 12.04 and which for 11.10? <https://launchpadlibrarian.net/95739592/2-partition-sizing.png> At the moment I can't continue past this step knowing what is going to happen, which means I don't really want to! :) <http://goo.gl/bM1JH>: "Each operating system item should contain a description that has the name and version of the operating system (as obtained from os-prober), and the block device or partition label, filesystem type, and size..."
2013-05-01 21:10:05 Brian Murray tags alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming ubi-partman ui usability alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming ubi-partman ui usability
2013-07-05 16:55:36 Filipe Leuch Bonfim bug added subscriber Filipe Leuch Bonfim
2013-07-12 13:11:45 Tomazetti bug added subscriber Mozart
2013-10-15 08:25:57 Jason Robinson tags alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming ubi-partman ui usability alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming saucy ubi-partman ui usability
2013-10-15 08:26:26 Jason Robinson bug added subscriber Jason Robinson
2013-10-15 22:20:36 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Triaged Fix Committed
2013-10-15 22:20:38 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu): assignee Dmitrijs Ledkovs (xnox)
2013-10-15 22:21:53 Dimitri John Ledkov attachment added new-dividors.png https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/947107/+attachment/3878865/+files/new-dividors.png
2013-10-15 22:23:07 Launchpad Janitor branch linked lp:~xnox/ubiquity/no-bubbles
2013-10-15 22:31:57 Dimitri John Ledkov attachment added lubuntu-new-dividors.png https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/947107/+attachment/3878867/+files/lubuntu-new-dividors.png
2013-10-16 10:43:42 Launchpad Janitor ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Fix Committed Fix Released
2013-10-16 14:05:31 Erick Brunzell bug added subscriber Erick Brunzell
2013-12-07 23:43:36 Launchpad Janitor branch linked lp:~xnox/ubiquity/fix-labels
2013-12-08 01:05:29 Launchpad Janitor branch linked lp:~ubuntu-installer/ubiquity/precise-proposed
2014-01-22 11:16:58 Dimitri John Ledkov description I clicked through the 12.04 LTS Beta 1 installation wizard and selected "Install 12.04 LTS alongside 11.10". I am presented with a simple slider to manage the partitions for the existing and new version of Ubuntu. However, the only labels present on the partitions are the sizes (approx 240GB and 60GB). Which one is for 12.04 and which for 11.10? <https://launchpadlibrarian.net/95739592/2-partition-sizing.png> At the moment I can't continue past this step knowing what is going to happen, which means I don't really want to! :) <http://goo.gl/bM1JH>: "Each operating system item should contain a description that has the name and version of the operating system (as obtained from os-prober), and the block device or partition label, filesystem type, and size..." [Impact] * No sensible way to guess how to perform automatic dual-boot install [Test Case] * Use a machine with a sufficiently large hard-drive to hold an additional ubuntu installation, and perform side-by-side installation, e.g.: * Create a 20GB big VM * Install Ubuntu once * Boot into updated 12.04.4 daily candidate image * Perform side-by-side installation * At the resize, disk allocation step it should be clearly visible existing & new installation, their disk names and sizes. A clear resize area should be visible which should be possible to drag left & right. [Regression Potential] * Bug #1240532, fix for which is also included in the update. Make sure you do complete the dual-boot installation. [Other Info] I clicked through the 12.04 LTS Beta 1 installation wizard and selected "Install 12.04 LTS alongside 11.10". I am presented with a simple slider to manage the partitions for the existing and new version of Ubuntu. However, the only labels present on the partitions are the sizes (approx 240GB and 60GB). Which one is for 12.04 and which for 11.10? <https://launchpadlibrarian.net/95739592/2-partition-sizing.png> At the moment I can't continue past this step knowing what is going to happen, which means I don't really want to! :) <http://goo.gl/bM1JH>: "Each operating system item should contain a description that has the name and version of the operating system (as obtained from os-prober), and the block device or partition label, filesystem type, and size..."
2014-01-22 11:18:15 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): status Triaged In Progress
2014-01-22 11:18:18 Dimitri John Ledkov ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): assignee Dimitri John Ledkov (xnox)
2014-01-23 16:18:52 Stéphane Graber ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): status In Progress Fix Committed
2014-01-23 16:18:55 Stéphane Graber bug added subscriber Ubuntu Stable Release Updates Team
2014-01-23 16:18:57 Stéphane Graber bug added subscriber SRU Verification
2014-01-23 16:19:07 Stéphane Graber tags alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming saucy ubi-partman ui usability alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming saucy ubi-partman ui usability verification-needed
2014-01-24 10:39:12 Erick Brunzell attachment added Screenshot from 2014-01-24 09_46_17.png https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/947107/+attachment/3955739/+files/Screenshot%20from%202014-01-24%2009_46_17.png
2014-01-24 14:36:51 Kamal bug added subscriber Kamal
2014-01-25 16:46:42 Erick Brunzell attachment added verification_done.png https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/947107/+attachment/3956832/+files/verification_done.png
2014-01-25 17:21:06 Erick Brunzell tags alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming saucy ubi-partman ui usability verification-needed alongside bitesize iso-testing partition precise rls-p-incomming rls-s-incoming saucy ubi-partman ui usability verification-done
2014-02-03 12:04:16 Launchpad Janitor ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise): status Fix Committed Fix Released
2014-02-03 12:04:29 Colin Watson removed subscriber Ubuntu Stable Release Updates Team