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Re: Fwd: Re: Bugs in Ubuntu Touch OTA-15


I'm not suggesting that you don't report bugs, or that you don't get support from here: making Touch better is important, and testing OTAs and reporting bugs is a huge part of that.

But I am saying that Ubuntu is changing, and that part of that change is to a 64-bit kernel: and that means that most of the devices currently running Touch, won't be able to run Personal. So it's something of an existential question for Ubuntu phone that we get some 64-bit devices.


On 19/02/17 12:28, Nrbrtx wrote:
I say about OTA-15. It is buggy.
It is still supported and based on Ubuntu 15.04.
I have a M10 with it. And I want to use it.

Where I can get more support than here?

On Sun, Feb 19, 2017 at 5:56 PM, mark <j.m.holmes@xxxxxx <mailto:j.m.holmes@xxxxxx>> wrote:

    "It's off-topic, is not it?"

    No - since there's really no point in reporting bugs if there's no
    devices to run Ubuntu Personal on! :/


    On 19/02/17 10:17, Nrbrtx wrote:
    Dear all!

    I said about bugs (LP# 1629541
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1629541>, 1421718
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1421718>, 1627492
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1627492>, 1627485
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1627485>, 1591924
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1591924>, 1627475
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1627475>, 1598387
    <https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1598387>, 1609051

    You discuss new Ubuntu phones with 64-bit CPUs and OSes. It's
    off-topic, is not it?
    Will 64-bit CPU fix all present bugs in Ubuntu Touch?
    Or maybe sapphire screen glass will fix bugs?
    Or maybe presence of 8 Gb DDR4 RAM and 1 Tb eMMC will fix bugs
    No! They are not!

    I bought BQ M10 FHD because I believed in Ubuntu Touch success.
    I'm ready to test nightly builds and to report bugs. But nobody
    I'm disappointed.

    Flashing my BQ to Android is not good solution, I think.

    So lets discuss and fix bugs, not fantasies.

    With best regards,