I've created an MX-Linux 19 LiveUSB with Clonezilla (ver. 3.27.16-3) installed by Synaptic Package Manager from the MX Linux repository, which I then remastered. The remastered LiveUSB passed several tests and allowed me to install MX 19 to an SSD which itself runs AOK.
Clonezilla is started from a launcher on the desktop which runs
sudo /usr/sbin/clonezilla . After booting from that MX-Linux LiveUSB completes, I then plug in a second USB (not Live) which holds a Clonezilla image, and unmounted it after it appeared in Thunar File Manager. The destination to install the image on is an erased GPT SSD and appears in Thunar and Gparted both.
I launch gparted, select device-image mode, assign the location of the image to read from as local_dev, and when prompted to, insert the second USB, the non-Live USB with the Clonezilla image. I then open Thunar, and when it automounts the LiveUSB, I unmount it, and close Thunar.
Back into Clonezilla where I tell it to proceed. It shows me sdd1 as available to mount as /home/partimage but when I select that, errors scroll down the screen and repeats rapidly in a loop.
https://pastebin.com/6dsvGRbA has the error message which begins with
Scanning dir /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root.............../usr/share/drbl/sbin/ocs-functions: eval: line 12703: syntax error near unexpected token `<'
I found a Clonezila bug in https://sourceforge.net/p/clonezilla/discussion/Clonezilla_live/thread/d37e37ee/?limit=25 which suggests updating drbl but there are no instructions to do so for Debian 10, the foundation for MX Linux 19.
How might I resolve this?