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Partition Manager Crash

josete_luisete
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Partition Manager Crash

Fri Dec 11, 2020 9:46 am
Hi!
When I open the application, after typing my password, it crash.
I've tried to launch it from the konsole and the result is this ...

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Loaded backend plugin:  "pmsfdiskbackendplugin"
"Using backend plugin: pmsfdiskbackendplugin (1)"
"Scanning devices..."
"Device found: loop0"
smartctl initialization failed for  "/dev/loop0" :  No such file or directory
error during smart output parsing for  "/dev/loop0" :  No such file or directory
unknown file system type  ""  on  "/dev/loop0"
Segmentation fault (core dumped)


Maybe there’s a problem with the SSD where I have installed the system, Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus.
I have 5 drives … 1 SSD NVMe, 1 SSD SATA, and 3 HDD SATA.
I think they all work perfectly.

Any ideas?
Thanks in advance!
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Re: Partition Manager Crash

Mon Dec 14, 2020 1:01 am
Which exact Partition manager did you launch and how? Make sure that none of the disks you want to work on are mounted


Currently running Kubuntu 20.10, Plasma 5.19.5, Frameworks 5.74.0, Qt 5.14.2, kernel 5.8.0-38, AMD RENOiR Graphics
FWIW: it is always useful to state the exact Plasma version and distribution when asking questions, makes it easier for us to help ...
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Re: Partition Manager Crash

Mon Dec 14, 2020 6:10 pm
Hi, you use KDE partition manager ? I've no problem with it... Try with gparted (or another) see if you have the same issue
josete_luisete
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Re: Partition Manager Crash

Mon Dec 21, 2020 8:45 pm
Mamarok wrote:Which exact Partition manager did you launch and how? Make sure that none of the disks you want to work on are mounted


I've tried launching KDE Partition Manager from the menu and from the terminal.
In both cases, after writing my password the application closes.
Gparted works just fine.

My OS ... Manjaro - Plasma 5.20.4 - Frameworks 5.76.0 - Qt 5.15.2 - Kernel 5.9.11-3
My desktop ... Intel i9-9900 3.1GHz, 32 GiB RAM, Graphics Mesa Intel UHD Graphics 630

I have also a laptop where KDE Partition Manager works just fine.
I'm guessing it doesn't recognize my desktop's SSD (Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus).
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Re: Partition Manager Crash

Wed Dec 30, 2020 1:50 pm
I have the same issue.
Edited: I can't formate a damn USB.
Edited: gparted is working fine
Edited: actually no, it doesn't allow me to delete and recreate a partition on a USB despite the fact that it is running under the root privileges, and I can't format it from the terminal because there is a white space in the name of the usb and i need to change the name of the because I want to create a live usb and I cant because of that space in the name, and it doesn't recognise [[:space:]] or [:space:] or \s
Is it allowed to cuss here?
Edited: I was able to delete the partition after I unmounted it

 
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