aptoncd fails to unmount /dev/loopX

Bug #475289 reported by Michael Rose on 2009-11-05
This bug affects 1 person
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Laudeci Oliveira

Bug Description

Ubuntu 9.10 updated 2009/11/05

As user, insert and mount a USB stick with an aptoncd.iso.

Launch aptoncd and select the image /media/[usbdisk]/aptoncd[date].iso.

After aptoncd has finished its work, the user cannot unmount the usb stick because the image is still mounted on /dev/loop with root as owner.

To unmount and remove the usb stick you need to issue umount /dev/loop0 as root from the command line.

Aptoncd should do this before exiting.

This is a usability issue. The program functioned as expected, but left the usb stick unable to be unmounted by user.

Laudeci Oliveira (laudeci) wrote :

Thank you for your report.
We are working to fix it.

Changed in aptoncd:
assignee: nobody → Laudeci Oliveira (laudeci)
importance: Undecided → Medium
status: New → Confirmed
Changed in aptoncd:
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
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