Re: libgparted bug.
- Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:32:50 -0500
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: libgparted bug.
On Monday 12 February 2018 13:44:04 Brian wrote:
> On Mon 12 Feb 2018 at 08:17:23 +0100, deloptes wrote:
> > Gene Heskett wrote:
> > >> TDE has support channels. People there are far more likely to be
> > >> familiar with wheezy (unsupported on Debian) and their own
> > >> packages (not in Debian) and any automounting issues.
> > there is no automount - Gene might remove usbmount package and see
> > if this
> Sound advice.
> > helps. The package is not required by any TDE package.
> No package in Debian reverse depends on it; it would have to be
> explicitly installed. Gene Heskett put it there; Gene Heskett can
> take it away.
And that prompted me to go take a look in /var/cache/apt/archives, and
its there, showing as version 0.0.22_all.deb, dated 8 August 2011, which
would have to about the time this install was done, from a customized
version of wheezy compiled by the linuxcnc guys as an installer .iso.
I still have the last 2 such LCNC installer iso's, but its not listed in
the TOC of either iso. I think that means I did install it, but there
been a few trillion gallons of water down the West Fork River since and
I've no recollection at this late date. Its disabled by an option it
its config. so I'll do it. And see what problem I was trying to fix
comes back. :)
> > In Stretch TDE would sense the plugged usb and list it unmounted.
> > User may click on the item and it will mount. I never experienced
> > automount.
> You can use gparted with peace of mind, then.
> > > Their mailing list turned into a black hole around 9 months back.
> > > And I'm subscribed.
> > I don't know what you mean, but I read and post to both lists
> > (user/devel)
> January was a busy time on the list.
> > Unfortunately I upgraded long time ago from jessie to stretch and
> > don't know whats the status with wheezy.
> You mean - nobody has to stick with an outdated and unsupported
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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