aptoncd restore feature load button not working on ubuntu 14.04

Asked by vishalsuvagia on 2014-07-12

my os version is ubuntu 14.04 trusty tahr when i try to restore my apt's from from iso , it is not able to detect a mounted iso as disc, also the load button present on the screen is not functioning properly when i tried to install the hal package, it says hal package not found , it says a reference package hal-info is found, but even after installing hal-info package, the load button is not functioning to manually select cd / dvd or restore from iso feature.

please help if i am missing something. also i would request to enable this feature as i am unable to use it.

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

This question was expired because it remained in the 'Open' state without activity for the last 15 days.

vishalsuvagia (vishalsuvagia) said : #2

Request to help me as i am still unable to resolve this issue , kindly confirm whether this is an actual issue.

Marco Bruurs (marco-bruurs) said : #3

I will give it another try, I will let you know.

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vishalsuvagia (vishalsuvagia) said : #4

Hey Marco,
                    Thanks for trying this stuff,.. any success / disappointments ??

Regards,
Vishal

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