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Old 08-16-2017, 05:57 PM   #91
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How can i resolve this error?
Does the subject here solve the problem? =================== >>> How to: Compile the latest kernels (Classic Mint & LMDE)
Download the Mint source and get debugging.

That is how you can resolve this error.

Update us with your progress.
 
Old 08-16-2017, 06:00 PM   #92
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Download the Mint source and get debugging.

That is how you can resolve this error.

Update us with your progress.


I do not understand how I can solve this error

Where can I download mint source?
AND
How can I debug?
 
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I do not understand how I can solve this error

Where can I download mint source?
AND
How can I debug?
Visit the Mint website, there are instructions. Read them.

If you cannot or will not even perform some rudimentary web research or put in any independent effort of your own, then no one on this site can help you.
 
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Visit the Mint website, there are instructions. Read them.

If you cannot or will not even perform some rudimentary web research or put in any independent effort of your own, then no one on this site can help you.

Can you find me?
Will you give me a link?
 
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Can you find me?
Will you give me a link?
I would prefer that you look it up and show some effort. This is all I have for you on this topic.
 
Old 08-18-2017, 04:06 PM   #96
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Here's pgm&errorMsg. I *REFUSE* to post input, but FIXit. (sounds familiar, except the Kali!)

IF you were willing to post the textual (not image) output as I asked earlier of:
Code:
parted_devices; parted -lm
then I/others -might- have some additional ideas.
IF not, I have nothing further to work with, tho I'm interested.
Maybe your bug report will get a response some day
(but I'm guessing that they would need to see the above input).

The error message lists the .py source files being run (thus you have it);
it's choking on the output of parted_devices cmd.

A 'workaround/hack' -might- be: hide the real /bin/parted_devices
and replace it with a hard-coded script that just echo's 1 good line.
(I tested this, and it seems to work!)

Example post: sudo parted_devices |nc termbin.com 9999
Returned: http://termbin.com/goh0 (click to take a look at that link)

Last edited by Jjanel; 08-19-2017 at 01:17 PM.
 
Old 08-19-2017, 06:57 AM   #97
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Question Fix python code

Try this, before you click on the install icon:
Edit File "/usr/lib/ubiquity/plugins/ubi-prepare.py", line 416 (or wherever error is)
Change: if device and ...
To: if '\t' in device and ...

Code:
 '\t' in
adds a test for tab in device string, to avoid IndexError [1] if none.
But without seeing input, this is blind-guessing.

Code:
...
File "/usr/lib/ubiquity/plugins/ubi-prepare.py", line 416, in free_space
    if device and int(device.split('\t')[1]) > biggest:
IndexError: list index out of range
Any python programmers have advice here?

Optimally, change the simple initial test of device being true, to more exact:
len(device.split('\t'))==4 and (device.split('\t')[1]).isalnum

Last edited by !!!; 08-19-2017 at 03:45 PM.
 
  


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