When installing Ubuntu 12.04 server from a disc, my system freezes up after the installation comes to Installing GRUB boot loader, with a 50% completion bar and the command "Running "grub-install dummy"... below that.
I've tried this installation in both advanced and simple mode and the installation has frozen at this same spot for at least the past 10 attempts.
Hi guys,I've been trying to install the new Waldorf image to a flash drive, but it always fails when installing the boot loader.As I don't have that much experience and I'm afraid to affect the OS already installed I'm installing it thorugh a virtual environment (VMWare), basically by booting the virtual machine with the waldorf image while having the flash drive connected and
I am trying to install grub-pc's primary boot loader to the MBR and I am repeatedly failing even though I am using the right command syntax. For some weird reason, update-grub is creating repeated menu items pointing at the same installation.
Before I run grub-setup, I mounted the partition containing the /boot/grub directory. This was mounted on /mnt/sda1.
I had dual boot win7 and fedora 17.I tried to install fedora 19 after createing my custom layout with and formatting . installation give error because of some package, and have to restart after that I could not load win7 so reinstall win7 an dthen tried to install fedora 17 again.