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First startup wizard (quick mount profile): profile strings are initially empty if fuseiso is not installed #81

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kakurasan opened this Issue Jul 28, 2016 · 5 comments

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kakurasan commented Jul 28, 2016

q4wine-1 3 1-firststartupwizard-quickmount

"sudo" is the default profile, but the line edits for profile strings are initially empty.

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brezerk commented Jul 29, 2016

Hm......

Hi @kakurasan which one version it is?

I can't reproduce this on the latest trunk build:
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brezerk commented Jul 29, 2016

Also, Are you getting mount strings set in case if you select "gui sudo" profile?

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kakurasan commented Jul 29, 2016

I noticed that fuseiso was not installed. After installing it, "FuseISO" is the default profile and the strings for profile "FuseISO" are displayed.

Are you getting mount strings set in case if you select "gui sudo" profile?

Yes. The strings for profile "gui sudo" are displayed.

The version is c7cf08f.

@kakurasan kakurasan changed the title First startup wizard (quick mount profile): profile strings are initially empty First startup wizard (quick mount profile): profile strings are initially empty if fuseiso is not installed Jul 29, 2016

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brezerk commented Jul 29, 2016

Yea, fuseiso must be a better choice then raw sudo :)

But yes, I was able to reproduce the issue now. Thanks for clarifications.

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brezerk commented Jul 29, 2016

Fixed: a09b5b3

Thanks a lot for reporting. Reopen if needed.

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