Comments for ECLiPt Roaster

14 Jun 2006 15:19 jcoppens

Segmentation fault on startup
Hello...

On startup - without any other indication - I received the dreaded "Segmentation Fault"

Inserting a few lines in the code here and there, I found that the error is produced in:

Project.py, line 42

gnome.tools = gnometools

Just to be sure, I reinstalled. Can´t find the cause though.

Any ideas?

13 Jun 2005 19:26 gabreal

Re: 2.2.0.0.8


> Hi all.

> Roaster detects the writer and assigns

> /dev/scd1 0,1,0, though no scsi support

> is compiled into the 2.6.11 kernel. I

> see no detection of the 'new' 2.6.x

> atapi interface. (The ATAPI variable is

> set to TRUE in cdrtools.py). Is the

> ide_scsi interface still necessary?

> I tried many combinations, but always

> get:

>

> Traceback (most recent call last):

> File

> "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/Application.py",

> line 760, in BurnWriterOptions

> self.BurnCDNow()

> File

> "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/Application.py",

> line 829, in BurnCDNow

> cdrecord =

> cdrtools.cdrecord(channel, id, lun,

> self.devWriter.get_text(),

> self.cat.get_loglevel())

> File

> "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/cdrtools.py",

> line 124, in __init__

> self.__cdrecord_read_version()

> File

> "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/cdrtools.py",

> line 249, in __cdrecord_read_version

> for i in range(len(version[1])):

> IndexError: list index out of range

>

hi,

i met the same problem, and after i wrote my own fix, i found this page:

http://www.mail-archive.com/debian-bugs-rc@lists.debian.org/msg01386.html

it is a bug in the version output of cdrecord.

gabriel

05 Mar 2005 14:04 jcoppens

2.2.0.0.8
Hi all.

Roaster detects the writer and assigns /dev/scd1 0,1,0, though no scsi support is compiled into the 2.6.11 kernel. I see no detection of the 'new' 2.6.x atapi interface. (The ATAPI variable is set to TRUE in cdrtools.py). Is the ide_scsi interface still necessary?

I tried many combinations, but always get:

Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/Application.py", line 760, in BurnWriterOptions

self.BurnCDNow()

File "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/Application.py", line 829, in BurnCDNow

cdrecord = cdrtools.cdrecord(channel, id, lun, self.devWriter.get_text(), self.cat.get_loglevel())

File "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/cdrtools.py", line 124, in __init__

self.__cdrecord_read_version()

File "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/cdrtools.py", line 249, in __cdrecord_read_version

for i in range(len(version[1])):

IndexError: list index out of range

11 Nov 2004 21:34 eacepayeakermaye

ide-scsi
I tried setting the device to ATA:1,1,0

but it insists on using /dev/sgX

I tried compiling in ide-scsi emulation in the kernel.

cdrecord accepts my commands. But eroaster won't use the correct device name. ugh.

eroaster even detects the channel,lun ... 1,1,0 correctly. But it won't send the correct device name to the cdrecord program.

12 Dec 2003 03:59 TheCyberDude

Re: help

> when i started up, it said:
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File
> "/usr/local/bin/eroaster",
> line 9, in ?
> from main import Application
> File
> "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/main.py",
> line 31, in ?
> from gtk import GtkVBox,
> GtkNotebook, GtkFrame, GtkLabel,
> GtkHBox, GtkTable
> ImportError: cannot import name GtkVBox
>
> whats this?


For Knoppix (Debian):

apt-get -t unstable install python-gnome2

Work's Great Now!

12 Dec 2003 01:11 TheCyberDude

Re: help

> when i started up, it said:
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File
> "/usr/local/bin/eroaster",
> line 9, in ?
> from main import Application
> File
> "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/main.py",
> line 31, in ?
> from gtk import GtkVBox,
> GtkNotebook, GtkFrame, GtkLabel,
> GtkHBox, GtkTable
> ImportError: cannot import name GtkVBox
>
> whats this?


Found this on a search.

I upgraded to gnome-python-2.0 which is gtk2.

What eroaster wants is the gtk1.2 gnome-python-1.4.4. A bit of a mess . . .

Might help...

09 Nov 2003 22:09 preisl

Re: Problems & Threads

%
> Martin, I sent you an e-mail a few days
> ago, did you receive it? Thanks.
> dapper
>

Nope ... don't think so :(

Martin

09 Nov 2003 21:16 dapperdan

Re: Problems & Threads

>
> %
> % Umm...Hi, me again..
> %
> % I'm trying to install eroaster on a
> % friends RH 9 box and am running into
> % different problems than above.
> %
> % When trying to configure
> % eroaster-2.2.0-0.6, it complains...
> %
> %
> % checking for gnome-python... failed:
> get
> % it from
> %
> ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/stable/latest/sources/
> %
> %
> % When I try to make gnome-python-0.100
> I
> % get this...
> %
> %
> % make[2]: *** [gnomeuimodule.o] Error
> 1
> % make[2]: Leaving directory
> %
> `/home/ray/gnome-python-0.100/pygnome'
> % make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> % make[1]: Leaving directory
> %
> `/home/ray/gnome-python-0.100/pygnome'
> % make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> %
> % I know this isn't a eroaster problem
> in
> % itself but I would appreciate any
> help
> % in solving this..
> %
> % Thank You.
> % dapperdan
> %
> %
> %
>
>
> Hi Dan,
>
> can you contact me via email ? I guess
> it's easier than posting everything
> here.
>
> Martin


Martin, I sent you an e-mail a few days ago, did you receive it? Thanks.
dapper

05 Nov 2003 23:20 preisl

Re: Problems & Threads

>
> Umm...Hi, me again..
>
> I'm trying to install eroaster on a
> friends RH 9 box and am running into
> different problems than above.
>
> When trying to configure
> eroaster-2.2.0-0.6, it complains...
>
>
> checking for gnome-python... failed: get
> it from
> ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/stable/latest/sources/
>
>
> When I try to make gnome-python-0.100 I
> get this...
>
>
> make[2]: *** [gnomeuimodule.o] Error 1
> make[2]: Leaving directory
> `/home/ray/gnome-python-0.100/pygnome'
> make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> make[1]: Leaving directory
> `/home/ray/gnome-python-0.100/pygnome'
> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>
> I know this isn't a eroaster problem in
> itself but I would appreciate any help
> in solving this..
>
> Thank You.
> dapperdan
>
>
>


Hi Dan,

can you contact me via email ? I guess it's easier than posting everything here.

Martin

05 Nov 2003 19:49 dapperdan

Re: Problems & Threads

>
> % % I love eroaster better than any
> other
> % % Linux "burner" and used it
> % extensively
> % % when I was running Mandrake 9.0. I
> % % recently switched to Red Hat 9 and
> am
> % % saddened that I'm having such a
> hard
> % % time installing it. I had the same
> % % problem as orbitphreak mentions
> here
> % and
> % % followed his very clear directions
> to
> % % resolve it. (Thanks orbitphreak!)
> I'm
> % no
> % % longer getting the above errors but
> % now
> % % have this...
> % %
> % % Traceback (most recent call last):
> % % File "/usr/local/bin/eroaster",
> % line
> % % 125, in ?
> % % app = Application()
> % % File
> % % "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/main.py",
> % line
> % % 254, in __init__
> % % touch(lockfile)
> % % File
> % % "/usr/local/lib/eroaster/tools.py",
> % line
> % % 354, in touch
> % % file = open(filename, "w")
> % % IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or
> % % directory:
> % % '/root/.eroaster/.eroaster.lock'
> % %
> % % I'm no Linux guru. I'm just a guy
> % who
> % % wants to use his beloved eroaster
> % again.
> % % Any help would be greatly
> % appreciated!
> % % Thanks!
> % %
> % % dapperdan
> % %
> %
> %
> % Hmmm strange that this is happening
> % again ... just do "mkdir
> % /root/.eroaster" and it should work
> % again.
> %
>
>
> That fixed it! Thanks!!! :) :) :)
>
> I was getting very depressed at the
> thought of having to get used to
> xcdroast again.. ;)
>
> (a very happy)
> dapperdan
>
>


Umm...Hi, me again..

I'm trying to install eroaster on a friends RH 9 box and am running into different problems than above.

When trying to configure eroaster-2.2.0-0.6, it complains...


checking for gnome-python... failed: get it from ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/stable/latest/sources/


When I try to make gnome-python-0.100 I get this...


make[2]: *** [gnomeuimodule.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/ray/gnome-python-0.100/pygnome'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/ray/gnome-python-0.100/pygnome'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

I know this isn't a eroaster problem in itself but I would appreciate any help in solving this..

Thank You.
dapperdan


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