From what are you trying to chroot?
Thanks for the quick response. It's not the answer I was hoping for, but at least I can move forward now.
I think moving/renaming the folder would be a more practical suggestion. Better yet, open ff from the console with -ProfileManager and create a new profile.
If you solved it, it would be nice to post what you did for the benefit of others.
Glad your experience was better than mine. Maybe I had a bad board.
I also had a problem installing the extention pack. I think I ended up installing it through the command line, but I don't remember the details.
Size question:A != B
A - C = X
B - C = Y
X != YIOW, if you left any fixed amount off each disk, you'll still be in the same position if the disks are different sizes. I'd say just make sure all the partitions consist of the same number of sectors.
Sounds like a locale issue. Look into the relevant files ( /etc/locale.gen /etc/locale.conf ) and the locale command.
sebcactus wrote:I think here is a solution with explanation:http://fvue.nl/wiki/Bash:_Why_use_eval_ … pansion%3F<snip>Might want to check out this before going crazy with eval.