IMHO, using the forum in place of a bugtracker is a bit inconvenient for advanced users.
Why not to use a bugtracker on SourceForge? (If some issue is reported here on forums, it still can be linked to some bug there on bugtracker).
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- 17 Jun 2014, 19:47
- Forum: Future
- Topic: usb_inst.sh should remove /mnt/usbstick that it created
- Replies: 1
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I second that, "/mnt/usbstick" is a bit inconvenient. Why not "/media/usbstick"?
And this sounds even better.dhaines wrote:you might consider just using "mktemp -d" to always make a throwaway mountpoint
- 17 Jun 2014, 19:37
- Forum: Contributions
- Topic: [patch] usb_inst.sh minor suggestions
- Replies: 0
- Views: 3383
What is the reason of using "/var/tmp" instead of just "/tmp"? 512 megabyte USB drives usually have a capacity lower than 512 MiB; as the SystemRescueCd files currently occupy less than 400 MiB (just slightly over 380 MiB), IMHO, 450 MiB would be sufficient. --- a/usb_inst.sh +++ b/usb_inst.sh.new ...
- 05 Jun 2014, 23:51
- Forum: Beta versions (report a bug found in a beta)
- Topic: Please update ddrescue
- Replies: 2
- Views: 4633
SystemRescueCd contains GNU ddrescue 1.16, while the latest stable version is 1.17 (and 1.18 is on its way):