On the other hand, WinXP could not boot up because in its boot.ini file the loader was directed to the wrong partition - it treated the unallocated space at the beginning This has been of great help several times. I couldnt get it to "setup (hd0)" for some reason but eventually after lots of fiddling it gave a positive respone and everything worked! We will create logical partitions. http://centralpedia.com/how-to/ubuntu-shutdown-error-log.html
Better security without a hard drive. I'm hoping for another way to activate those partitions - perhaps a command in Linux. For now, let's double-click on the Install button. It worked. Get More Information
falcon61102December 18th, 2008, 09:04 AMBy selecting /dev/sda you are installing it to the HD itself and not a specific partition. c) cat /etc/mtab to find out my usb was at /dev/sdb1, mounted as /media/Flashdisk: syslinux -s /dev/sdb1 mount -o loop /home/stilus/Desktop/mini.iso /media/cdrom0/ cp -r /media/cdrom0/* /media/Flashdisk cd /media/Flashdisk mv isolinux.cfg syslinux.cfg Ubuntu likes an ext3 filesystem on a Primary partition. So I re-installed the grubloader (on hd0,0, my Vista partition…maybe that's the problem?) but now even though Vista is listed on the boot menu, when I hit enter to boot into
With a flash stick, though, you should be able to write your changes back to it, thus letting you maintain your customization. Actually, I momentarily unplugged and then replugged the USB cable at this point to make sure the partition table was synced OK, and then the new partition was automatically mounted on Another solution I found is to use ntldr and load a version of grub from there (grub4dos). Create Syslinux Bootable Usb April 30, 2011 Nav when I tries running this command grub> find /boot/grub/stage1 I get the following error :- error: unknown command ‘find' Please help May 4, 2011 Danny This saved
succeeded Running "install /boot/grub/stage1 (hd0) (hd0)1+17 p (hd0,5)/boot/grub/stage2 /boot/grub/menu.lst"… failed Error 22: No such partition May 28, 2008 gmolleda Other: sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/sda2 /mnt sudo grub-install -root-directory=/mnt /dev/sda (change We will create the Extended partition. What are we going to do? https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1014597.html I have Ubuntu 9.05 in Toshiba netbook with 160GB HD.
this is the error vishlaini on December 20, 2009 at 7:08 pm said: The installer needs to commit changes to partition tables, but cannot do so because partitions on the following Syslinux.cfg Example They should all be summarized at the top. September 21, 2009 Chris Hey there! September 15, 2008 Mike Honeycutt Thanks for the article.
jecko on April 30, 2009 at 9:59 am said: Little question, I've Ubuntu 8.10 installed this way: ext3 partition / ext3 partition /home swap If i install Ubu 9.04 avoiding formatting http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/reinstall-ubuntu-grub-bootloader-after-windows-wipes-it-out/ So it only takes up the same 700Mb or so. How To Make A Bootable Pendrive For Ubuntu Linux I was working in Ubuntu when I downloaded some updates which asked Restarting ubuntu. How To Make Bootable Pendrive For Ubuntu In Windows 7 The 6.3GB free space is enough for a Ubuntu installation.
But I want to know whether It is possible to create a bootable USB for XP sp3 in UBUNTU 10.10 as I have just by mistake formatted the entire drive in Instead, I simply restarted the machine after the extraction process, modified the BIOS so that I can boot from my USB drive, and voila!! Truth to be told, you should NOT start the installation immediately, but we will do this anyway. Based on your fdsik results, it shows that none of your partitions are flagged as the boot partition. Syslinux Ubuntu
Copy (or move) the files stated from the following directories to the root directory of your USB drive: isolinux (all files) casper (vmlinuz and initrd.gz) install (all files) - Downloaded Jaunty I am definitely not a geek. I guess the first time I installed Ubuntu, grub manager know where to boot Ubuntu. have a peek here Thanks August 18, 2010 Dennis Baines Hi y'all Please HELP, Recently I downloaded a file a keygen generator and after that my internet browser started to cut out and shutting down
cp $HD_MEDIA/vmlinuz $HD_MEDIA/initrd.gz $USB_MNT/install # Overwrite CD-ROM versions cp $ISO_FILE ubuntu.iso umount $ISO_MNT umount $USB_MNT After Installing After finishing the installation, edit /etc/fstab and make sure that /media/cdrom0 points to the How To Make Pendrive Bootable For Ubuntu In Windows 8 Again, it's the same thing from before, only shown in the table form rather than as a graph ribbon. September 5, 2008 noobish sweet … I have the flash drive with the live but havent done the install … gonna work on it next … many thanx, noobish September 7,
if this is the case, how can I fix it? For more information, see USB boot without bios support or google "boot from usb" and read a lot. Remember, partitioning is a very delicate procedure. Install Syslinux Ubuntu Next I found out some of my programs on Win-Poo won't work on Linux.
Should actually post this message into and OS/2-Ecomstation forum as well. Your disk may be damaged or there might be irreparable errors with the filesystem you're working on. Lots of technical lingo in this tutorial references to detailed, step-by-step instructions presented in the dedicated Windows 7 and Ubuntu installation guides, as well as additional tutorials. http://centralpedia.com/how-to/ubuntu-8-10-error-reading-boot-cd.html Since we know we've just created the partitions and want to use them for our new Ubuntu installation, this is ok.
Finally a small installer program that doesn't require a 100 page explanation and 10 re-compiles to get a program to run on a machine or device. Aaron December 9, 2008 Mark Hey, thanks for this. The process will extract the files from the ISO image (or download them), copy them to the flash drive and then install the bootloader. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Please reply. it means that i will loose my ubuntu and may be my xp will not boot. jackgu1988December 20th, 2008, 01:15 PMdon't i have to do this when i install ubuntu on the flash? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=224351 palmboy5December 18th, 2008, 08:18 AMI did all of his commands with the sudo mounts and stuff but find /boot/grub/stage1 still gets "Error 15: File not found".
You may encounter an error when trying to boot from the USB drive, something like "Missing operating system".