Some of the more prominent fixes include:
- KDE Specific: Disappearing network icon - The network manager applet would disappear after periods of use. This has been fixed
- KDE Specific: During live boot the menu would not retract when pressed. This has been fixed.
- dmesg would report "Core temperature above threshold" thermald was the culprit for this error and it has been repaired
- When logging out of the system it would trigger a reboot. This has been fixed
- i915 module not found Error: The appropriate i915 drivers have been loaded and are not removed during the remaster process.
- Transfer with Nitroshare would cause .jpg and .png files to be unreadable. This has been fixed
- Swap file management now optimized for SSD and FLASH storage users
There are a few bugs that we havent fixed yet
- Not all Ubuntu branding removed from installer - Will be fixed in Weekly 256
- Mobile batteries on SurfaceBook, SurfacePro, Lenovo Ideapad and some Dell models even upon full charge report only 56% capacity
- Dell Optiplex 7440 wont set to maximum resolution upon reboot
- Some ACER keyboards are not recognized
*NOTE* The weekly builds are developmental releases and not recommended for production use
You can download Weekly 255 from our website: