It's solved. I locate the folder python2.7 in /usr/lib/ and many file were missing, then I did was copy the same folder from another PC that also have installed Chakra Linux replacing the existing one and Voilá!! Problem solved. Thank for everyone.
Hi, i really cant install archbang and crunchbangive tried add more partions to install manual. But cant have more then 4partions in gparted.Hoe should i partion a harddrive with 250gb hdd, to dualboot those two os?To install one of them are no porblem, install windows and linux is no problem.But i cant get this to work! The installer wants to erase whole drive and install #!
The install has completed successfully. Apache and a few other things have been installed and everything is now up and running. HAPPY DANCE TIME! Thanks for your help and contributions, everyone./solved
I was trying to install debian stable via USB/unetbootin on my desktop, replacing my previous install (switching from i686 to amd64, which seems to be more appropriate for the intel core 2 duo), without changing the partitions, keeping my stuff on the home partition, formatting only swap and root.
Everything went fine during the install, but on the first boot I got the message that "/boot/gr
edit: I solved my own problem. I used this single usb to boot different versions of linux in the past and some of the previous configuration files may have screwed something up. After I deleted everything from the usb and made it bootable again, everything worked just fine.
I install windows and resize its partition. I then try to install debian in the remaining space.