On 29 August 2012 22:29, Steve Langasek <steve.langasek@ubun...> wrote:
> The purpose of the alternate CD is to install an Ubuntu desktop. If the
> desktop is not usable for you, then what purpose does it serve to use the
> alternate CD instead of the desktop CD? You're then only testing the
> alternate installer itself, which we want to discontinue anyway. So it
> would be better to get rid of it to save testers from spending time doing
> such testing!
I have a very simple solution: create a single .iso and set ubiquity
as default installer, BUT also give the user the possibility to press
$A_KEY_YOU_DEFINE to boot Ubuntu in TEXT MODE (aka = boot using
Is it so difficoult to have both installer on the same CD and let the
user choose what he/she wants? In this way you won't have the problem
to create a separated.iso to test.
I hope you will take this solution in serious consideration and you
will make everyone happy!