AUTODESK FLAME 2008 SERVICE PACK 6
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Weird. But first things first.
I see your default desktop on all screenshots. Do you login to flame2008sp6 account in visual login after startup of your tezro? All things mentioned above MUST be done from that account, not root nor any other user!! If not you must logout (right mouse button > log out), then login to flame account, then run sw_config again.
You can also first try to stop and then start sw in a default terminal window opened after login to flame account. Watch logs.
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08-11-2018, 09:56 PM
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waldemar72 post_id=2250 time=1534024567 user_id=301 Wrote:Weird. But first things first.
I see your default desktop on all screenshots. Do you login to flame2008sp6 account in visual login after startup of your tezro?

I do.

waldemar72 post_id=2250 time=1534024567 user_id=301 Wrote:All things mentioned above MUST be done from that account, not root nor any other user!! If not you must logout (right mouse button > log out), then login to flame account, then run sw_config again.
You can also first try to stop and then start sw in a default terminal window opened after login to flame account. Watch logs.
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I am only able to run sw_config as root.

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08-11-2018, 10:16 PM
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I'm going off memory because I don't want to ruin my framestore (again), but do these steps:

log into the flame2008 account
$ su -
# fx
(run fx on the framestore disk, partition it to a root or option drive, doesn't matter)
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_stop
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_config
(select create and select the framstore disk, it should launch fx, re-partition it and create the stone disk, save, close sw_config)
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_start
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_mount all
(you shouldn't get any errors)
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_df
(you should see the disk)
# exit
$ flame -vir

as mentioned follow the document very closely, if the above doesn't seem to work try to reboot
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08-12-2018, 04:03 AM
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gijoe77 post_id=2254 time=1534046617 user_id=243 Wrote:I'm going off memory because I don't want to ruin my framestore (again), but do these steps:

log into the flame2008 account
$ su -
# fx
(run fx on the framestore disk, partition it to a root or option drive, doesn't matter)
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_stop
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_config
(select create and select the framstore disk, it should launch fx, re-partition it and create the stone disk, save, close sw_config)
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_start
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_mount all
(you shouldn't get any errors)
# /usr/discreet/sw/sw_df
(you should see the disk)
# exit
$ flame -vir

as mentioned follow the document very closely, if the above doesn't seem to work try to reboot

I will take a look at this later, but I just want to confirm a few things before I do:

Confirm that these commands are carried out in the xwsh window?

Does "su -" get me into a "super user" state, allowing me to execute sw_config and the like form the Flame account?

When I run fx, must I able the disk?

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08-12-2018, 10:00 AM
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Irinikus post_id=2264 time=1534068007 user_id=62 Wrote:I will take a look at this later, but I just want to confirm a few things before I do:

Confirm that these commands are carried out in the xwsh window?
yes, or any shell window where you can type commands

Irinikus post_id=2264 time=1534068007 user_id=62 Wrote:Does "su -" get me into a "super user" state, allowing me to execute sw_config and the like form the Flame account?
yes. "su" means switch user, the "-" means to load all that users environmental files (.login, .profile, .bashrc, .cshrc, whatever/etc). When you dont specify what user, root is the default.

Irinikus post_id=2264 time=1534068007 user_id=62 Wrote:When I run fx, must I able the disk?

wat
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08-12-2018, 10:22 AM
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gijoe77 post_id=2266 time=1534069323 user_id=243 Wrote:wat

I have always labelled the disks in the past and was simply wondering if this isn't maybe part of the problem?

What label must I give it?

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08-12-2018, 10:23 AM
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Irinikus post_id=2267 time=1534069424 user_id=62 Wrote:
gijoe77 post_id=2266 time=1534069323 user_id=243 Wrote:wat

I have always labelled the disks in the past and was simply wondering if this isn't maybe part of the problem?

What label must I give it?

it doesn't matter as far as I know. sw_config will modify everything it needs to make it a working stone disk
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08-12-2018, 10:28 AM
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In the past, sw_config started fx automatically when I clicked on this button: (confirm that I must just save once this action is complete?)


   


Confirm that this means that the stonefs is present on the disk?


   

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08-12-2018, 10:32 AM
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Yes. Then click quit button. Then go on as gijoe told you.
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08-12-2018, 10:36 AM
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I went through the process as you stated, but still got an error when trying to mount the disk:


   

   

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