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The properties here should match the settings for your smtp mail server.

This section is set up to mirror Jenkins own email Reporter (It's different extension point), however there are a few additions.

The inputs labeled Default Subject and Default Content, allow you to configure the email content on a global level.

But I do need it to stay as a LIVE session, not a "full install on USB", for a number of reasons (the most important one being that using Live session I can easily install Ubuntu using the desktop icon) So, my constraints for skipping the Welcome Screen (and automatically choose "Try Ubuntu" option) are: I replaced the code on my USB that I had in with what was suggested, but I still get the prompt.

(Original lines: vesamenu.c32 prompt 0 timeout 50 ui gfxboot bootlogo) Is it possible that I should do something with the (below): label persist menu label ^Persistent Mode kernel /casper/vmlinuz append bootkbd=us console-setup/layoutcode=en_US console-setup/variantcode=nodeadkeys locale=us_us persistent noprompt cdrom-detect/try-usb=true file=/cdrom/preseed/boot=casper initrd=/casper/splash -- label live menu label ^Live Mode kernel /casper/vmlinuz append file to be bigger than 700MB which won't fit on a CD. This hack has as a side-effect that Plymouth does not work (i.e.

you do not get a fancy boot screen), but at least the system is translated when logging in.Otherwise, you had to install # Mount the usb_drive manually if nautilus has not done it for you # Change sdb1 to the proper location of your usb drive, find it using sudo blkid sudo mkdir /media/$USER/usb_drive sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/$USER/usb_drive # Create a mount point for the read-write file system and mount via loopback sudo mkdir /media/$USER/casper-rw sudo mount -o loop /media/$USER/usb_drive/casper_rw /media/$USER/casper-rw cd /media/$USER/casper-rw default live label live say Booting an Ubuntu Live session...kernel /casper/append file=/cdrom/preseed/boot=casper persistent initrd=/casper/quiet splash noprompt -- Using remastersys I would end up with a full install, not a live session.Read my 1st constraint: It must actually be the Ubuntu Live session (or as close to the default as possible).Same software selection (gparted is present in live sessions, gimp is not, for example), user (name and ID), behavior (no login screen, no password for sudo, to name a few), no GRUB, etc. 2.47 (archives) Aug 07, 2016 1.609.2 junit (version:1.2) config-file-provider (version:2.7.1, optional) workflow-job (version:1.10, optional) token-macro (version:1.12.1) mailer (version:1.5) analysis-core (version:1.54, optional) workflow-step-api (version:1.10, optional) matrix-project (version:1.4) Configure System The section titled Extended E-mail Notification is where you can configure global email-ext properties.


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  2. if the architecture has been invalidated by my code I then see a failed build and the following build log information: This is telling me that there is an invalid dependency between the Haiku Check In Policy and the Haiku Check In Policy UI, according to my architectural rules.

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