Please report issues at GSmartControl's Issue Tracker on GitHub.
Before Filing an Issue
Please see the Troubleshooting page before reporting any issues.
If it is a SMART or drive-related problem, please try to test it with smartctl first. Chances are, the problem you're experiencing is not tied to GSmartControl, but is a drive firmware or smartctl problem. For example, to see complete information about your
/dev/sda drive, type the following in a terminal emulator (as
smartctl -x /dev/sda
Note: If using Windows, the device name should be
/dev/pd1 for the second physical drive, etc… Run
cmd as administrator first.
If you still think it's a GSmartControl issue, please collect the following information about your system:
- Which operating system you use (for example, openSUSE Leap 15.3).
- Which version of GTK and Gtkmm you have installed. Finding this out is very distribution-specific. For example, on openSUSE it would be
rpm -q gtk3 gtkmm3. Some distributions have
gtkmm30instead. You may also search them in your distribution's graphical package manager, if there is one.
- Execution log from the program, if possible. To obtain it, run the program with
-voption, e.g. (type the following in a terminal emulator or Run dialog):
- Perform the steps needed to reproduce the bug, then go to "Options -> View Execution Log", and click "Save All". Note: On Windows,
-vswitch is on by default.
- Detailed description of steps you performed when the bug occurred.
You may contact me (Alexander Shaduri) directly at email@example.com.