Hello all! I have a very old laptop 32mb ram 4gig hdd when i try to install puppy precise wary 5.5 i get this message.
ldm_validate_partition_table(): Disk read failed
then after a few mins i get this
Loading drivers needed to access disk drivesDisabling IRQ #11.. Done
Searching for puppy files....... puppy_wary_5.5.sfs not found. Dropping out to inital-ramdisk console...
On an old hardware I'm not able to start Kubuntu 13.10
I was running 13.04 without issue then:
1st step : Upgrade to 13.10 by standard procedure is OK but after reboot the screen is black with label Kubuntu in white caracters and blue shadow
2nd step : New system installation from DVD on same Hard disk but other partitions (/ and /home) of Kubuntu 13.10.
I'm attempting my first LVM setup via the GUI installer with Crunchbang, and this is how my current setup looks:My goal is to be able to easily resize later, you'll notice the sum of logical volumes is less than the sum of disk space, but that's irrelevant.After I finish the partition disks step, I eventually get this error message, and thrown back from that step:"An installati
I've been trying to install ubuntu alongside Windows 8.1 with a dvd. I have already disabled secure boot and created empty space on my hard drive to create the root partition, and I have been able to start the installation process. For some reason, I do not get an option during the Installation Type step; instead it goes straight to what seems to be the "something else" step.
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Hi,I've just jumped ship from Arch in favor of Chakra (because really, who insists on a broken glibc update at the same time as neutering the installation framework?) and wanted to ask a few things about Tribe.First, as a workaround until Tribe becomes the full-featured thing that's intended, what about making the links to different installation stages clickable?