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.
I've been trying to install ubuntu on my laptop, an ASUS UX32VD with 128gb SSDs in RAID 0 for a while now. While the install completes successfully, the bootloader seems to not install, since a reboot doesn't boot into Ubuntu and there is no Grub prompt.
Hi,I managed to get a working GRUB in the meantime, BUT this can't be the final solution:Resized my partition to make room for UbuntuInstalled Ubuntu, and installed GRUB from Ubuntu:grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
grub-install /dev/sdaRebooted, and it works now.This leads me to the assumption that GRUB is defective on my Arch.
Im new to linux and I have created a live usb correctly as documented on the site, and have selected the usb as the primary boot option in my BIOS. The laptop I am trying to install on is an ASUS X102B. The problem is when it boots from usb I don't get a graphical install screen, I get Grub 2.02 and I don't know how to use Grub and where to begin. Please help me.
I wanted to try out the GNU usb install that was released with Guix 0.7. The problem is that when I try to boot from the USB, it freezes, with the word GRUB and a flashing type line. I followed the instructions.
Ok, I don't completely know of all the specifications, but installing Ubuntu 12.04.1 on my cousin's old Windows XP computer, an old Compaq from around 2004.
After install via Wubi, and going through several unsuccessful install attempts, I finally get the start up screen of Ubuntu, and it freezes once you get to the pretty default wallpaper. Not even a login screen. Just instant freeze!