Ran GNOME OEM on my LMv1 and GNOME Live on L15v4:
Thu, Aug 27
Aug 8 2020
Jul 29 2020
And a follow up. When the disk has partitions on it, the installer won't allow you to select 'Erase Disk'. I have to install gparted to delete the partitions before the 'Erase Disk' option is available. Don't know if this is a bug or on purpose.
@mak Tested 2020-07-22 OEM on my Librem Mini. It installs and boots just fine!
Jul 19 2020
Does the image boot cleanly?
Does the OEM installer work?
Does the OEM initial setup work as expected?
Any noticeable bugs/regressions?
I erase the disk, install on my SATA SSD with the bootloader going to the MBR of the same drive. Can't boot from the coreboot 4.12-2 boot menu. Will need to confirm with Carlsbad what settings they use when installing PureOS OEM and use those same settings to test.
Feb 18 2020
Feb 13 2020
Dec 16 2019
Nov 29 2019
Thanks Wayne. Closing this one.
Nov 28 2019
Nov 26 2019
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Nov 20 2019
Oct 1 2019
Agreed. For now it has though we'll see what happens when upstream support for 60.9.0esr is done and we forced to go back to 68esr.
Sep 18 2019
I had a VM that was still on PureOS Green. Ran an upgrade, didn't lose my profile but did lose uBlock Origin. Ran a second upgrade, uBlock Origin came back but I did NOT lose my profile. Really weird.
One thing to note, my profile seems to have reset because I lost my tabs and history. That is probably due to the stuff we did before but wanting to confirm whether this has that happened to anyone else after this update?
@jonas.smedegaard uBlock Origin is back in my PureBrowser.
Sep 2 2019
Aug 28 2019
Step 1 did not work.
Aug 27 2019
E-mail from customer:
Aug 23 2019
I would investigate further because we quote 4k 30Hz output on the v4 Librem Laptops and we can't if they seem to be tied down to 1920x1080p output.
Aug 22 2019
E-mail below from customer having issues outputting more the 1080p on his Librem 13v4. Not running PureOS but similar issues. E-mailed back and forth a bit and he ended up running his monitor at 1080p and is no longer having issues.
Aug 19 2019
So if it's pulling the wrong info from the EDID then we need to find a way to override it. I found this link https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/kernel_mode_setting#Forcing_modes_and_EDID and will delve into it later.
PureOS defaults to Wayland and has for sometime as per my testing of old ISOs. Both the customer and myself are using Wayland. He tried X.org and got the same result he said.
Aug 15 2019
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Apr 18 2019
Working on adding an entry into the PureOS wiki about this. Thanks for your work EchedeyLR.