Opened up Gparted recently. Saw this on the linux-swap> right click> information> [i:96njet5p]unsupported swap version ‘1’[/i:96njet5p] You’ll notice there is also a orange triangle with an exclamation-mark inside it.
Had a look around the net and in particular the Arch forums.
Came to a thread that stated apparently:
The swaplabel command checks if the version is supported. That check contained a bug however; the check was done against version != 2; but it should have been version != 1. That has been fixed in the referenced commit. That fix has been commited 5 days ago; so you’ll need to wait for a new util-linux package to be released which contains the fix. Until that happens you can ignore the error
The commit for this bug is here:
and the link to the above quote is here:
I am curious to know if others also have this same bug evident in gparted 0.18.0
I have this also in ArchBang. I have not yet checked gparted in Linux Mint though it might be there as well.
[i:96njet5p]/etc/fstab[/i:96njet5p] does not show anything remarkable within it. At least not that I am aware of.
\# \# /etc/fstab: static file system information \# \# <file system\> <dir\> <type\> <options\> <dump\> <pass\> \# DEVICE DETAILS: /dev/sda5 UUID=d9aaa7fd-ff9f-42ee-9a32-ec309bc5f596 LABEL=Antergos \# DEVICE DETAILS: /dev/sda9 UUID=1d4c068d-fdcc-4447-91d7-371b20a8fa12 LABEL=Swap UUID=981aa11d-fd04-4daa-b58a-86c838d3132a swap swap defaults 0 0 UUID=d9aaa7fd-ff9f-42ee-9a32-ec309bc5f596 / ext4 defaults 0 1
I am curious to know if others using gparted 0.18.0 are also having this same error along with the triangle next to [i:96njet5p]linux-swap [/i:96njet5p]mentioned earlier. And/or if they have found a solution to this other than the one given in the link above which, quite honestly, might or might not work.
Apparently, the error message given in gparted however, can be ignored. Just FYI.