From: Stewart Millen <smmillen@gm...> - 2012-08-27 18:47:01
I upgraded my desktop to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS this past weekend. I had
previously upgraded my laptop back in May.
When I upgraded my laptop back in May, I compiled Scramdisk from source
code and mounted successfully a container file sitting on my laptop's
hard drive. This made me think everything would be fine with my desktop
upgrade. However, when I compiled it on my desktop after the upgrade and
tried to mount a container on an externally-connected (via USB) IDE hard
drive, Scramdisk hangs because it cannot find the mount point--you have
to force a quit; after which Scramdisk can be restarted and you see the
container mounted but with no mount point specified. This happens when
choosing either the default mount point or a user-specified mount
Thinking that I might not have compiled Scramdisk correctly, I then
checked and even installed it from a .deb file created on my laptop.
Still no-go. Then I hooked up the external hard drive (USB connection)
to my laptop and got the same error.The error thus replicates on two
Has anyone experienced this? If not, can anyone replicate this?
Any ideas where I should look for logged error messages?
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