#8 Crash2

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Crash2 (1)
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2013-02-08
2012-11-17
Rulet
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Well, I installed multibootusb on Debian wheezy, and there is the same error http://dl.dropbox.com/u/21108895/63.png when pressing "creat" button as on previouse version of multibootusb.

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  • Rulet

    Rulet - 2012-11-17

    It's about version 6.0.1 of multibootusb.

     
    Last edit: Rulet 2012-11-17
  • sundar_ima

    sundar_ima - 2012-11-29

    i am unable to reproduce your error. Can you explain all the proceedure you have tried. Also is this error occur when you try any other iso files? Is there any space in the iso link?

     
  • Rulet

    Rulet - 2012-12-01

    First of all every time I start your program it shows an error http://dl.dropbox.com/u/21108895/65.png . I don't think it's normal behavior, because flash-usb is inserted and recognized by the system as usual.
    I tried to make multibootusb with this:
    debian-wheezy-DI-b3-amd64-i386-netinst.iso
    pmagic_2012_05_14.iso
    clonezilla-live-20120620-precise.iso

    But the program crashes with that error which I showed in the previous post, and it crashes when there is a space in the iso link and when there is no space in the link of iso file -- in both cases.

    So seems like the program is completely unusable.

     
    Last edit: Rulet 2012-12-01
  • sundar_ima

    sundar_ima - 2012-12-06

    Sorry for the delay.
    "because flash-usb is inserted and recognized by the system as usual"
    Are you sure Debian "recognized" your usb not mounted? If so then you have to mount usb using file manager. What you get when you execute the following command or execute the attached script:-

    find /dev/disk/by-path/ -type l -iname *usb*scsi* -print0 | xargs -0 -iD readlink -f D | grep -v [0-9] | sort

    ls -l /dev/disk/by-label | grep $(echo /dev/sdb | cut -c 6-8)1 | tr -s " " | cut -d " " -f 9 # replace /dev/sdb with your usb drive

    du -k link-to-iso-file | cut -f 1

    Post the command and its out put exactly as it is.

    "So seems like the program is completely unusable."
    Have you tried multibootusb on other distro like ubunut?

     
  • Rulet

    Rulet - 2012-12-06

    "recognized" means that Debian automatically mounts it when inserting usb-flash.

    r@ngf:~$ find /dev/disk/by-path/ -type l -iname usbscsi* -print0 | xargs -0 -iD readlink -f D | grep -v [0-9] | sort
    /dev/sdd
    r@ngf:~$

    "Have you tried multibootusb on other distro like ubunut?"
    I don't use Ubuntu(I used it a year ago) and I don't care about it.

     
    Last edit: Rulet 2012-12-06
    • sundar_ima

      sundar_ima - 2012-12-06

      "r@ngf:~$ find /dev/disk/by-path/ -type l -iname usbscsi* -print0 | xargs -0 -iD readlink -f D | grep -v [0-9] | sort
      /dev/sdd
      r@ngf:~$"

      I expected that output. What about the other commands? Other two commands are important. As i can see from the screenshot there is no USB Lable and error in finding iso size. Please post the out put of the following command.

      ls -l /dev/disk/by-label | grep $(echo /dev/sdd | cut -c 6-8)1 | tr -s " " | cut -d " " -f 9

      du -k link-to-iso-file | cut -f 1

       
  • Rulet

    Rulet - 2012-12-06

    Here it is(executed when usb-flash inserted, multibootusb is not installed):

    r@ngf:~$ ls -l /dev/disk/by-label | grep $(echo /dev/sdd | cut -c 6-8)1 | tr -s " " | cut -d " " -f 9
    1
    r@ngf:~$ du -k /home/r/debian-wheezy-DI-b3-amd64-i386-netinst.iso | cut -f 1
    490948
    r@ngf:~$

    Can you give some explanation what you want to figure out by these commands?

     
    Last edit: Rulet 2012-12-06
  • sundar_ima

    sundar_ima - 2012-12-07

    "(executed when usb-flash inserted, multibootusb is not installed)"
    No problem.

    "Can you give some explanation what you want to figure out by these commands?"
    Sure. These are the commands/script executed by multibootusb/gambas and the out put is stored as gambas variable. The first (Null) gambas error is related to the file (iso) size. If the du command listed in previous post gives "0" then gambas raises the error (which is what you got).

    From your second error message i can see that there is no usb name listed in combe box which is why i told you to post the command "ls -l /dev/disk/by-label | grep $(echo /dev/sdd | cut -c 6-8)1 | tr -s " " | cut -d " " -f 9". What is your usb name? output of the command shows "1". is it really a usb/drive name?

    Also can you provide the output of "df | grep /dev/sdd1 | awk '{ printf $6; }'" This command checks if drive is mounted in "/media/drive-name" after inserting usb drive.

    Your feedback will provide me an idea to locate error in the program.

     
  • Rulet

    Rulet - 2012-12-07

    "What is your usb name? output of the command shows "1". is it really a usb/drive name?"

    Yes, because I labeled it so manually http://dl.dropbox.com/u/21108895/68.png

    r@ngf:~$ df | grep /dev/sdd1 | awk '{ printf $6; }'
    /media/usb0r@ngf:~$

     
  • sundar_ima

    sundar_ima - 2012-12-10

    Everything seems to be ok. I will install weezy and check if this error occur to me. Please give me some more time as I do not have sufficient time now.

     
  • Pavel Finkelshtein

    Hello!

    I want to confirm this bug affects me too.
    Linux compName 3.7.0-4-generic #12-Ubuntu SMP Wed Nov 28 09:30:01 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    I'm using latest version.

     
  • sundar_ima

    sundar_ima - 2013-02-08

    Bug has been fixed in version 6.2. Closing the ticket now.

     
  • sundar_ima

    sundar_ima - 2013-02-08
    • status: open --> closed
     

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