[Mageia-dev] M3 beta - where to report problems?

Anne Wilson annew at kde.org
Wed Apr 3 18:50:02 CEST 2013

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On 03/04/13 14:48, Sandro CAZZANIGA wrote:
> Le 03/04/2013 15:46, Anne Wilson a écrit :
>> On 03/04/13 14:37, Sandro CAZZANIGA wrote:
>>> Le 03/04/2013 15:36, Anne Wilson a écrit :
>>>> I've just come across a bug in the software installer -
>>>> where should it be reported?
>>>> Anne
>>> ON QA list, which I attached in cc, and on bugs.mageia.org :)
>> Thanks.  Since writing I've discovered that it's not simply what
>> it appeared to be, so I'll have to get more precise information
>> before I can report it.  (I did look at bugs, but wasn't sure
>> whether it should be against Cauldron or not)
>> Anne
> Take your time :)
> You can also take a look at bugs.mageia.org to see if your bugs is 
> already reported or even known.
I did get that far - but then I probably wasn't searching for the
right thing, in the light of what happened later.  After installing a
couple of apps I did the day's updates, which required a re-start for
systemd, and it looks as though the update has taken out the video
driver - perhaps it caused the black screens I saw there, though
everything had been fine moments before.

I can't face fighting this today - I'll have to trawl back through old
emails and hope I can find the instructions from last time I lost
video (that was removing obsoletes that took it out).

This is an Acer Aspire One 533, with Intel N550 chipset, everything
on-board.  I wasn't doing anything unusual, so there does seem to be a
real problem.  Tomorrow I'll try to get a console login - is there a
boot log that I could rename to keep it so that you can see what went
wrong?  Maybe some other logs too?  I don't want to jeopardise the
chances of finding the cause of this.

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