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Old 12-24-2006, 10:50 AM
oh2th oh2th is offline
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SD 2.1.3 on Tiger.8 no volumes visible

I've installed SD and when starting the Application there are no volumes visible in the source or destination. Infact Source, target and script popups are completely grayd out and I can do nothing with the application as can be seen in the attachment.

I'm trying to evaluate SD for usability in our environment, but if it doesn't work at all, it's not that promising. Or am I just missing something?

Running Tiger 10.4.8 PPC, with
***Disk Appeared ('disk0s3',Mountpoint = '/', fsType = 'hfs', volName = 'OSX')
***Disk Appeared ('disk1s3',Mountpoint = '', fsType = 'hfs', volName = 'OSX Backup')

disk0 is internal to PB and disk1 is LaCie Terabyte disk USB2/FW400/FW800.
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