[PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 29, Issue 15

Bill Leeper protagonist at charter.net
Mon Jun 22 09:48:26 PDT 2009


FYI Kris, I chose to use the upgrade option from the install DVD to go  
from 7.1 to 7.1.1 and it went very smoothly. All of my data was still  
intact and every program I tried seems to run just fine. I did not  
check any of the extra programs for installation as I already had them  
installed.


On Jun 22, 2009, at 9:19 AM, Kris Moore wrote:

>
> Ian,
>
> I'm taking a look into this issue with the FileManager.
>
> As for the upgrade error, I need some details about your disk setup.  
> Do you have
> just a "/" patition, and if so, how large? If not, what partitions  
> are setup on
> this install?
>
>
> --
> Kris Moore
> PC-BSD Software
>
> On Wed, 17 Jun 2009, Ian Robinson wrote:
>
>> ----------------------------------------------------
>> 1.  File Manager (Administrator) does not work.
>> ----------------------------------------------------
>> File Manager (Administrator) aka sudolphin loads, asks for password,
>> then after displaying the directory tree does not list any files.    
>> It
>> generated an error saying:
>>
>> "Could not start process  Cannot talk to klauncher:  The name
>> org.ked.klauncher was not provided by any .service files.
>>
>> A second error stated:
>>
>> "Could not find mime types:  "inode/directory" "inode/blockdevice"
>> "inode/chardevice"
>> "inode/socket"
>> "inode/fifo"
>> "inode/x-shellscript"
>> "inode/x-executable"
>>
>> etc.
>>
>> ---------------------------------------
>> 2.  Update on Upgrade Install Error.
>> ---------------------------------------
>> In Vol 29, Issue 15 I reported that after verifying the integrity of
>> the installation disk, the upgrade from 7.1 had failed.  The exact
>> error message generated on the failed upgrade attempt was:
>>
>> "Install Error"
>>
>> "An error occurred while extracting the system image!  Please check
>> the install CD or by selecting 'Safe Mode' when the installation CD
>> begins booting.  The system will now reboot."
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