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Old 15th June 2012, 02:25 PM
damn86 Offline
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Fedora 17 and Mindi / Mondo


has anybody already tried to install Mindi and/or Mondo on Fedora 17?

For me the installation worked well but running mindi I get the following error:

INFO: Analyzing your keyboard's configuration.
INFO: Adding the following keyboard mapping tables: de.map.gz 
Assembling dependency files...tar: lib: Kann keine symbolische Verknüpfung zu \u201e\u201eusr/lib\u201c\u201c anlegen: Die Datei existiert bereits
tar: Beende mit Fehlerstatus aufgrund vorheriger Fehler
FATAL ERROR. Cannot copy /lib to /tmp/mindi.c92GQdFfyo/bigdir - did you run out of disk space?
Please e-mail a copy of /var/log/mindi.log to the mailing list.
See http://www.mondorescue.org for more information.
WE CANNOT HELP unless you enclose that file.
Having a look to the log file it doesn't give any further information.
I think there should be more disk space than enough - it also worked with Fedora 16

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Old 20th June 2012, 05:54 PM
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Re: Fedora 17 and Mindi / Mondo

I about guarantee this is due to /lib now being a link instead of a directory in Fedora 17.
Do a "man mondoarchive" from a text window, then try the -W switch to mondoarchive.

That worked for me. I could not get mondorestore to restore files although it seems to complete without errors. Using afio to manually restore worked however.

That may have to do until a Fedora 17 version is produced.
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