After reboot i have it hanged with following message:
Loading operating system...
Disk partitioned with deafult offered by installer (LVM off).
I loaded Ubuntu 11.10 from an install CD (purchased CDs) and when the system tries to boot up I get a long delay with a flashing cursor followed by the "Loading Operating System ..." statement that never loads my operating system.
I am using a GA880GA-UD3H Motherboard with a Phenom II X6 1055T processor, 16 GB (active) RAM, a Hitachi 4TB Deskstar HDD and (2) LG Blu-ray Disc Rewrite BD drives.
Let me first state that this is a fresh install from the live cd. Everything seems to work great, except for one thing. I cant seem to be able to update my kernel, or do anything that changes a kernel.
well, in the last two and a half years, I have had a dual boot system consisting of Win XP and Suse 10.1....then 10.2.....then 10.3 but since the geniuses at Novell decided to take down the repository's for 10.3 because of 11.X now i'm forced to upgrade. I successfully installed 11.2 and it looks like a quality distro. However now I cannot set up grub.
Hi - I've just installed Ubuntu 12.04 as a dual boot system with OSX. I thought it was all going well - i could choose either syste from the boot menu and boot into them. Until I removed the install USB stick - when it just says "Loading Operating System.....
Fresh install of 13.10 release version amd64 onto an SSD with reformatting of the root partition. The installer seems to think I have secure UEFI boot enabled when I don't, and on the first boot after the install completes I get dumped to a grub rescue> prompt with the error message "error: file '/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod' not found".