Little problem with clonezilla

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  1. Shankle

    Shankle Registered Member

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    I need to get the file "ocs-live-bug-report" generated by Clonezilla in the command prompt, so that I can send it to the Clonezilla forum.

    Here are the steps I have done so far in Clonezilla at the command prompt:
    sudo -i /opt/drbl/sbin/ocs-live-bug-report
    Clonezilla said that the file was created.

    Keyed in cd /opt/drbl/sbin
    keyed in "ls"
    now I have the list from that directory and can see "ocs-live-bug-report".

    If I key in "ocs-live-bug-report" I get this message:
    "you need to run this script "ocs-live-bug-report" as root.
    I have no idea how to continue from this point.
    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    cd to /opt/drbl/sbin/
    Then in that folder, run sudo su, become root.
    Then run ./ocs-live-bug-report

    Does this help you get the report?

    Mrk
     
  3. Shankle

    Shankle Registered Member

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    Thank you for responding.

    This is what I entered:
    cd /opt/drbl/sbin
    sudo su
    ./ocs-live-bug-report

    I got this message from Clonezila:
    The results are in file Clonezilla-live-bug-rpt-20091106-1305.txt.
    To report the bug or problem, fill in the contents in the file Clonezilla-live-
    bug-rpt-20091106-1305.txt. Then send it to the Clonezilla forum.
    Well, I have been down this road before and can NOT find this file.
     
  4. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Cd to /
    Run updatedb.
    Run locate <filename>
    Or when under /, run find . -name \*bug\*

    See if this helps.

    Mrk
     
  5. Shankle

    Shankle Registered Member

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    Thanks again for helping.
    Assuming I did the commands correctly, they did not work.
    I got "command not found"
     
  6. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Neither find nor updatedb/locate?
    Mrk
     
  7. Shankle

    Shankle Registered Member

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    I thank your for your patience Mr. Mrkvonic.

    Hear is what I did in more detail:

    In Clonezilla-live in the command line:
    entered cd /
    up came user@debian:/$
    I entered updatedb
    got -bash: updatedb: command not found

    entered Locate Clonezilla-live-bug-rpt-20091106-0837.txt
    got Locate command not found

    entered find.-name\*bug\*
    got command not found
     
  8. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    locate, updatedb require root or at least sudo. And locate in lowercase!
    find and such, you need spaces between the different words ...

    See how I wrote it.

    Mrk
     
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