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I installed fresh Xubuntu using this link because I needed my disc encrypted. After installation, when I tried to run gparted, I had errors which I partly fixed by reinstalling some libraries. Now when I type sudo gparted, the following shows up in terminal:

Unit -.mount does not exist, proceeding anyway.
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libparted : 3.2
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gparted starts after this. I never had this problem before this install, I used exact same system. Even though gparted works, I'm not happy having this error in terminal. Does someone know how to fix it?

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Searching online for that error, it appears to be experienced by many, and is a known bug. I also had had the same issue with the libraries, and I followed the very same ManualFullSystemEncryption guide a few days ago.

More on all of this here 18.04: 'Command 'gparted' not found... gparted is already the newest version'

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