call for testing usb-creator
(=?utf-8?q?=60=60-=5F-=C2=B4=C2=B4?=) -- Fernando
ubuntu at bugabundo.net
Tue Sep 23 22:06:02 UTC 2008
Olá Evan e a todos.
On Tuesday 23 September 2008 16:06:29 Evan Dandrea wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 6:48 AM, (``-_-´´) -- Fernando
> <ubuntu at bugabundo.net> wrote:
> > I'm sorry for not having reported this earlier, but I did give it a test last week, with a daily cd iso and a 8GiBs pendrive, and it got stuck at 8%.
> This is in some respects a bug. It's not getting stuck, it's just
> updating the progress based on the number of files copied rather than
> the number of bytes copied, which means that it will sit at 8% for a
> while while it copies the squashfs. I plan to fix this today.
It seems that 0.1.4 fixed my problem. It worked exactly as expected, and was quite fast. Didnt even noticed the progress bar (but I saw it stop again on 8% for a sec)
> It does mount the source image and target disk in /tmp if they're not
> already mounted. Perhaps this is what you were seeing?
That's it. Why does it do it?
> Thanks. Please file any issues you find on the bug tracker as it's
> quite difficult to keep track of them when they're posted to a mailing
Well didnt find any bugs per si against usb-creator but I found to odd behaviours:
* ubiquity or casper takes a lot of time to boot from pen (much longer then the CD/DVD), so maybe we could have a progress bar show up earlier or TTY messages (while not on quite). Dont even know if I should report it or against what.
* I decided to test Suspend while booting from Pen. Guess what ? my system (kernel??) stop responding. Not even alt+SysReq+REISUB worked. Hard power down was my only option. But I guess LiveCDs/DVDs/USB system aint ready to be used with ACPI support...
Continuing with my offtopic, cant we get boottoram option back? it would be great to unplug the pendrive (imagine the case of netbooks, where all usb ports count).
I cant even imagine how Clonezilla project does it on their Testing Branch (they are rebasing on Ubuntu Intrepid). I guess I need to email them and ask.
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