Sorry to join this testing a little late, but work had me busy yesterday.
Always welcome, never too late.
I have done a physical install of RC1 and am currently running it. I have found a few minor things that you will want to fix, if possible. They are:
1. The keyboard layout is not correct at a console boot. Once OB is loaded at the login screen, it is fine. But at the console prompt the "a" key is a "q" and the "q" is an "a". I have seen this on all of your ob mini releases. I am not sure about the other PCLOS releases.
First what is your keyboard ? Second, in what console ? Virtual console, or Sakura, the default X console ? If in X, set it with "setxkbmap us" if your keyboard is us. If in Virtual console (=tty) fix it as root with "loadkeys us" if us keyboard.
I have a azerty keyboard and I didn't switch back to us before remastering... /o\
2. The link on the default index.html file is incorrect. By the way, I like that default page. It shows the link to PCLOS Help (bottom left) as http:wwww.pclinuxos.com . One too many w's there.
Would someone update the old howto ? I could put it in /usr/share/doc/HTML, and point there in Midori ? Old doc:http://melodie.tyruiop.org/DocuPCLinuxOS/Documentation/aide-integree/aide_installation/en/help.html
and first steps:http://melodie.tyruiop.org/DocuPCLinuxOS/Documentation/aide-integree/premiers-pas/en/firststeps.html
If someone is interested, they can get a template to make it look like this:http://melodie.tyruiop.org/DocuPCLinuxOS/Documentation/aide-integree/premiers-pas/fr/firststeps-fr.html
Template here: http://melodie.tyruiop.org/template-docs.html.txt
I also wrote a "Before install" but this is in french only for now:http://melodie.tyruiop.org/DocuPCLinuxOS/Documentation/aide-integree/Avant-installation.html
3. When I move my mouse over the network applet in the panel, it shows the DNS as "188.8.131.52" and I have it set to use opendns servers, not the "184.108.40.206" as shown. I checked and I have the dns servers entered correctly in the network configuration, but it is not working. Opendns says that I am not using their servers.
I put it in the base file because DNS were not saved from one boot to the other. If someone finds the right fix for it, it will be VERY welcome. Go to /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base and change it there, or try to erase it and reconfigure, then reboot to see if you still have the connection ?
I am off to check the sound and will report more later on. These are the issues that I found upon my initial physical install.
Ok, that's permissions, and I don't know how to do so that the next first user created gets by default in the audio group. I'd need some help, more advanced people to explain that to me.
It looks good Melodie
After installing and trying to run gmixer, it will not start and in a terminal I get this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/gmixer", line 37, in <module>
ImportError: No module named glade
I get several error messages when running gnome alsa-mixer but it does work.
This should be reported to Gnome people I think ?! Would you go to their chan once if you have a few minutes available, and point to this one post of your's to ask what they think ?
Otherwise what about using volumeicon ? It's very light, and needs nothing else than xterm (no need for glade modules that's for sure ). You may like it ! You can uncomment a line that it meant for it in autostart.sh, to start it with the X session.