Package Details: usb-creator 0.3.2-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/usb-creator.git (read-only)
Package Base: usb-creator
Description: Create bootable USB from a LiveCD or disc image of Ubuntu
Upstream URL: https://launchpad.net/usb-creator
Licenses: GPL3
Submitter: menollo
Maintainer: carstene1ns
Last Packager: carstene1ns
Votes: 338
Popularity: 3.004143
First Submitted: 2008-11-11 00:47
Last Updated: 2016-04-10 19:49

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KinG-InFeT commented on 2016-01-22 10:34

┌─[benzi] @ [benzi-pc]
└─[(~)] > packer -S usb-creator
warning: usb-creator is flagged out of date

AUR (1): usb-creator

Proceed with installation? [Y/n] y
Installing AUR package: usb-creator
Edit usb-creator PKGBUILD? [y/N] n
Edit usb-creator.install? [y/N] n
==> Creazione del pacchetto: usb-creator 0.2.67-2 (ven 22 gen 2016, 12.32.17, CET)
==> Controllo delle dipendenze durante l'avvio in corso...
==> Dipendenze mancanti:
-> python-debian
==> Controllo delle dipendenze durante la compilazione in corso...
==> Dipendenze mancanti:
-> python-distutils-extra
==> ERRORE: Impossibile risolvere tutte le dipendenze.
The build failed.

dynaMIX commented on 2016-01-12 15:24

Strange, I had to manually install python-debian although it is correctly listed as a dependency.

xpt commented on 2015-10-19 04:34

I have a issue in compilation:

/usr/local/bin/python -O /tmp/tmp0at6pfbw.py
unable to execute '/usr/local/bin/python': Permission denied
error: command '/usr/local/bin/python' failed with exit status 1
==> ERROR: Se produjo un fallo en package_python-debian().

carstene1ns commented on 2015-05-25 19:53

Updated to 0.2.67 - http://git.io/vTjWd
The KDE/QT frontend has been updated to use QT5.
I have used a less aggressive patch to pass the included Ubuntu version check now.
This should allow us to write images prior to 10.10 now, however, I have not tested it.
Btw. they have added the functionality to use the bundled syslinux of the iso image to write the bootloader on the usb drive.
While this might work most of the times, i can think of issues when you try to use it with different architectures
(for example writing an amd64 image under i686). Because this takes precedence, a locally installed version is not used.

carstene1ns commented on 2014-09-21 17:49

@tomx3: it already optdepends on 'kdebindings-python' for the kde frontend, which depends on 'python-pyqt4', which depends on 'python-sip'. So it should not be needed...

tomx3 commented on 2014-09-21 15:10

Please add python-sip as dependency and python-pyqt4 as optdenpendency für qt4-frontend.

tomx3 commented on 2014-09-21 15:09

Please add python-sip as dependency and python-pyqt4 as dependency for qt-frondend.

carstene1ns commented on 2014-08-30 00:00

@karhu: It seems your python package is incomplete[1]. It is better to use explicit versions where possible, so code is more portable.

@kas21: Well, this is interesting. First I thought this came from the update to syslinux 6 in Ubuntu and the corresponding change in usb-creator[2], but the path was also wrong before. After further investigating, it seems like the path has been wrong for over a year now[3] and nobody cared... Anyways, thanks to you this is now fixed!

[1]: https://paste.xinu.at/63aHJ/
[2]: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~usb-creator-hackers/usb-creator/trunk/revision/444#bin/usb-creator-helper
[3]: https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit/packages.git/commit/trunk?h=packages/syslinux&id=805b9bae0b68eb80e67a211c1b3a3936ae19aa44

kas21 commented on 2014-08-29 19:11

Creating a disk fails for me. It is trying to find 'mbr.bin' in '/usr/lib/syslinux/', however it is not there. On my setup the 'syslinux' folder contains three sub folders (bios, efi32, efi64) and 'mbr.bin' is in the 'bios' folder.

usbcreator.misc.USBCreatorProcessException: dd: failed to open '/usr/lib/syslinux/mbr.bin': No such file or directory

karhu commented on 2014-08-29 13:09

Hi
In pkgbuild I got an error on line 23 : command not found.

In fact is "python3" the unknown command.
I changed with "python2" and it worked.
But it was a mistake, I forgot that I have the last version !
In Python3 the command is just "python".

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