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Cut and paste of console output.
Description of problem:
liveusb-creator gives a Segmentation fault
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Run liveusb-creator_polkit as user or run liveusb-creator via sudo.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run liveusb-creator
Application opens and runs.
The window does appear for about a second and then disappears.
Created attachment 1152590 [details]
it seems you're using the nvidia driver, is that correct? In that case I can't really provide assistance.
Yes, that is correct. I had checked that the issue also showed up using a virtualbox install but that was either a different issue or it was also hitting an issue with the nvidia driver of the host. I just made sure that the issue is caused by nvidia by booting up an install that I have on an old hard drive. I fully updated that install and was able to open liveusb-creator without error using install which uses nouveau.
I will see if I can close this bug.
This definitely does seem like a bug...
It is a bug in qt5, which seems to be related to loading the wrong OpenGL library.
You can read more about it here:
It sounds like other applications have decided to fix it. You can, I hope, appreciate the unpleasant confusion that surrounds the experience of finding out that a basic disk manipulation tool I've been using for years suddenly cares what brand of GPU I'm using.
I agree with comment no. 4! If a program doesn't work with a certain driver but a whole systems runs fine with the same driver something is wrong with the program.
liveusb-creator will be deprecated in favor of the mediawriter package. Please try installing that, as far as I know from the reports, it does not exhibit this behavior.
Fedora website is still referring to install of liveusb-creator:
The website will change with the release of Fedora 25, as we are testing the mediawriter with the current pre-releases.
FYI, Just downloaded F25 and LiveUSB Creator is still being referenced....
Fixed on master of website, should be live soon.