SUMo on NAS

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stem
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SUMo on NAS

Post by stem » Tue Oct 02, 2018 7:25 pm

Hi,

I'm using SUMo on a NAS in a read-only directory. This week I've updated to the latest version of SUMo. Sadly, now I cannot close the program, as a (French) error message occurs saying that the preferences ini file cannot be saved in the directory. I have to kill SUMo with the task manager.

It would be nice if there was, for example, a command line option to tell the software not to try to save any files.

Thank you! ;)

Stem

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Re: SUMo on NAS

Post by Kyle_Katarn » Tue Oct 02, 2018 8:07 pm

Good point, please contact me by email (contact @ kcsoftwares.com) for deeper troubleshooting and potential solution in the releases to come.

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Re: SUMo on NAS

Post by Kyle_Katarn » Sat Oct 13, 2018 9:09 pm

stem wrote:
Tue Oct 02, 2018 7:25 pm
Hi,

I'm using SUMo on a NAS in a read-only directory. This week I've updated to the latest version of SUMo. Sadly, now I cannot close the program, as a (French) error message occurs saying that the preferences ini file cannot be saved in the directory. I have to kill SUMo with the task manager.

It would be nice if there was, for example, a command line option to tell the software not to try to save any files.

Thank you! ;)

Stem
Fix confirmed in 5.8.4

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