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Offline tomsiduction

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gparted -> Too few arguments -- Fixed
« on: 2020/11/18, 18:31:10 »
Hello

After a Dist-Upgrade I get :

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gparted
Too few arguments.

gparted was working recently


Regards


Edit : After disabling the WWAN in BIOS everything is fine.
« Last Edit: 2020/11/20, 07:09:03 by tomsiduction »

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Re: gparted -> Too few arguments
« Reply #1 on: 2020/11/18, 19:05:49 »
I also see the "too few arguments" message, but then gparted opens and works correctly here. Fully upgraded KDE/plasma system.

Also, when I close gparted, it again throws the same message, but gparted seems fully functional. (I didn't attempt to change my drive layout.)


EDIT: gparted also launches correctly on LXQt desktop and looks correct (again, I did not execute a change to the drive).
« Last Edit: 2020/11/18, 21:56:56 by dibl »
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Re: gparted -> Too few arguments
« Reply #2 on: 2020/11/19, 07:47:12 »
Hello
After reinstalling gparted starts now. (KDE)

(It takes about one minute to find the partitions)

I am thinking about checking my root-partition.

As I have a encrypted system: Will
/forcefsck

work ?


Regards
« Last Edit: 2020/11/19, 08:51:16 by tomsiduction »

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Re: gparted -> Too few arguments
« Reply #3 on: 2020/11/19, 10:45:08 »
Hmmmmm. I don't use an encrypted filesystem, only a big encrypted file for sensitive data. So possibly gparted has some problem with the encrypted filesystem -- maybe someone else knows about that.
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Re: gparted -> Too few arguments
« Reply #4 on: 2020/11/19, 14:10:09 »
Hello

Now the anomaly  shows up .

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gparted
Too few arguments.
Failed to wait for daemon to reply: Connection timed out
Failed to wait for daemon to reply: Connection timed out
Too few arguments

The last years gparted had no problems with the encrypted system.

Something I do not know:


Will
/forcefsck

work ?



Regards


Edit : After disabling the WWAN in BIOS everything is fine.
« Last Edit: 2020/11/20, 07:09:33 by tomsiduction »

Offline dpanter

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Re: gparted -> Too few arguments -- Fixed
« Reply #5 on: 2020/11/20, 19:07:51 »
Just dropping in to mention that KDE Partition Manager exists.
No idea why you'd still be using gparted in KDE... Cheers!
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