On a Debian squeeze amd64 system, I am unable to use any disks in drives on the Beta 128 interface. Any attempt to use them just responds "No disk", whether inserted using "Insert New" or "Insert" from an already existing file.
This has been tried in trunk revisions 4726, 4624 and 4553 - with the result the same every time.
Could you try the Beta Disk smoke test described in peripheral_tests.txt? I can't see any malfunction.
Hmmm... this appears to be gone again... both in release 1.1.1 and revision 5058.
Really not sure what I am encountering with this. Whether built from trunk or installed from Debian, I get "No disk" on my desktop, unless running fuse as root. My laptop is fine with it, though.
Once you said it works properly from the compile directory. Is that still true?
Did you used any custom parameter in 'configure' or 'make install'?
I assume you have never built Fuse/libspectrum with root privileges, isn't it?
If you run fuse from a terminal window, are there any warnings/errors in the output?
Same issues after initializing the settings?
mv $HOME/.fuserc $HOME/.fuserc.bak