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Old 08-16-2004, 11:57 AM
bmorris bmorris is offline
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Same issue as CCC...

...but may I say I really like your UI better?

Anyway, I'm booted from a firewire drive with 2 partitions, one for the OS and the other to store image files. The boot OS on the firewire drive is 10.3.4, the machine I'm attached to is a G5. I want to make an image from the contents of the G5's hard drive, and the target is the 2nd partition of the firewire drive (Lacie FW 800, 160GB, 2nd partition (target) is 130GB) is the error message from SD's log:

|11:48:08 AM|Info| dyld: asr Undefined symbols:
|11:48:08 AM|Info| asr undefined reference to _PMIdentModify expected to be defined in MediaKit
|11:48:08 AM|Error| ****FAILED****: result=34048 errno=1 (Operation not permitted)

Like I said, I got this same error using Carbon Copy Cloner (latest version)...what gives?
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Old 08-16-2004, 12:20 PM
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No problem. Your issue is that your operating system has a mismatch between your ASR command-line utility and the MediaKit framework. How this happens, I don't know: it seems that, in some situations, the installer doesn't properly update the command-line utilities.

Please send a message to support -at-, and I'll send you a copy of ASR that you can manually install... it'll solve the problem. (You can also archive and install the OS, but this'll be a lot faster and easier.)
--Dave Nanian
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