said Kate Draven: | On Wednesday 20 June 2018, Jimmy Johnson wrote: | > On 06/20/2018 08:24 AM, dep wrote: | > > just tried to fire up gparted to see if i can use it to resurrect | > > some USB sticks. it has always required me to start it from the | > > commandline, even though i have the box checked to prompt me for my | > > password. anyway, at the commandline it now throws this error: | > > | > > [kcrash] TDECrash: Application 'gpartedbin-gtk-tqt-application' | > > crashing... | > > | > > any guesses? | > > | > > dep | > > | > > Sent with [ProtonMail](https://protonmail.com/) Secure Email. | > > Because privacy matters. | > | > I have many Trinity installs on many computers and have no problem | > with gparted or system crash. | > | > I hope you get your problem sorted. | > | > Cheers, | | Do you have multiple hard drives? | If so, if it's possible, disconnect a drive, boot up, run gparted. | There may be a drive with a wee problem. Bad cable, poorly connection | etc. Or the drive (if you have mixed makers) may not be playing well | with others. | | Let us know what you find, good luck. thanks, but no, that's not it. -- dep Sent with ProtonMail Secure Email. Because privacy matters.