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xnoxhmm... partman is too good at finding /old/ lvm groups....09:06
xnoxI'm booting off a usb-stick prepared with dd. raring server boots in uefi mode, while 12.04.2 in bios mode only. Is that considered a bug, or simply the fact that due to backporting precise will not have uefi support as good as raring does.09:39
* xnox haven't tried quantal yet....09:39
cjwatsonbug I think09:57
* cjwatson sees why livefses and images are getting out of sync re kernels, I think11:16
cjwatsonThere we go, much better.  It was always building the ISO9660 part of the images against -proposed due to a bug11:22
mptxnox, I see bug 947107 is still assigned to a team. Should we unassign it, so that potential fixers aren't misled into thinking someone is working on it? :-)12:30
ubot2Launchpad bug 947107 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise) "No partition labels in the resize widgets" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/94710712:30
xnoxmpt: done.12:31
* mpt tries to figure out where "Restore from backup" would go12:54
mptI suppose it's the same as "Transfer from my old PC to my new one"12:55
mptIf you choose to restore/transfer, then "Upgrade Ubuntu to {current version}" is not applicable12:56
mptsuggesting it might belong mutually exclusive with that12:56
mptbut if you have multiple partitions, that doesn't answer where the new installation should go12:57
xnoxmpt: it all depends what one calls a backup and what is going to be restored.12:57
xnoxmpt: if one wants to do a full clone off old machine, it's one thing. If we are merely restoring installed apps and settings, it's well more-or-less settings sync. If we are doing fresh install, but resurrecting all /home/ it's kind of like reinstall while preserving user data.12:58
bdmurrayxnox: bug 1164783 seems like something worth having a look at15:08
ubot2Launchpad bug 1164783 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "during manual partitioning, the size is off-by-one, this causes unexpected resizing" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116478315:08

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