If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE Duplicates of this bug Bug #74422 Bug #108311 Bug #199997 Bug #214237 Bug #214369 Bug #223085 Bug The ubuntu load screen simply loads for an eternity, and when I go to a virtual console with CTRL+ALT+F2, it shows the above error getting repeated each couple of seconds. I popped out one stick tried it, same again, swapped for the other stick and tried again, all good that time. Check This Out
Hope this helps someone else out. I have try many times to use virtaul 3.2.4 to install ubuntu 10.04 guest. Another important reason is that Linux is free to download and use. The time now is 06:12 PM.
Your CD/DVD drive has either dirty optics, or the disc you are using is scratched or was a bad ISo that you burned. All ok. Lieven (lieven-debels) wrote on 2008-01-02: #4 Seems I have a bad CD-writer, using another one, the problem is fixed. Squashfs Error Linux Mint How to install Ubuntu Desktop Nowadays people start to explore and use Linux on their older computers because Linux is much leaner than Windows and so suitable for older computers.
So, in addition to verifying the MD5 hash, you also need to check the integrity of the disk you have just burned. Step 2: Verify the downloaded image file This is an essential step in Ubuntu installation - make sure the downloaded file has not been tampered. I added the SSD M.2 stick last weekend. I woud like install ubuntu 8.04.1 server, but I get MD5SUM error.
More of those SQUASHFS errors are piling up. Squashfs Error Arch Linux The best I got so far on the laptop is that it starts installing files on the harddisk, and stops at 22% with an I/O error dialog. I also know that I have enough RAM. I tried to make new burns of the CD, using the computer where 10.04 is installed.
The downloaded file is a single image file with .iso file extension and is nearly 700M. https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-993763.html I guess I'll have to put up a bit more with [email protected]#$%^ Windows... Squashfs Error Unable To Read Metadata Cache Entry What to do when majority of the students do not bother to do peer grading assignment? Virtualbox Ubuntu Squashfs Error I have burned several different linux distros to cd-r, however I always get the same type of error message.
I don't really think this bug should be closed. his comment is here So this, presumably faulty, USB stick reliably won't boot on three computers, while another USB stick holding the exact same image will. Squashfs error: sb_bread failed reading block 0x9d7f3. They said, it relates to user permission for a file. Squashfs Error Zlib Decompression Failed
Lieven (lieven-debels) wrote on 2007-12-31: #3 I have the same problem using Hardy Alpha 2. BIOS IDE settings were "Enhanced" and I changed to "Sata Only" (no "compatible" option). You can monitor the progress with: sudo smartctl -a /dev/sda | grep -A 1 -i "self-test execution status" Once the above command says the test is done, then do: sudo smartctl this contact form Question: I can buy a new hard disk, but how can I check that the memory modules (I have an additional external 1GB ram) are ok?
I found this: Some users have reported being unable to boot from the Ubuntu LiveCD, due to SquasFS errors like this: [ 135.292409] SQUASHFS error: sb_bread failed reading block 0x9d7f3 [ Squashfs Error Unable To Read Page Virtualbox I wanted to install ubuntu 14.04 on my pc but got a number of SQUASHFS Thread Tools Search this Thread 09-22-2014, 08:56 AM #1 Shashank M Registered Member I tried with a CD with the ubuntu-9.10-desktop-i386.iso image, doesn't work.
In the meantime, I think it would be good to check your HDD's health just to make sure that's not an issue; if that sounds OK with you, how about booting I downloaded a daily build of Maverick, and confirmed that the md5 sums matched. Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. Ubuntu 16.04 Squashfs Error Bump (bump55) wrote on 2010-07-22: #41 I experience the error when installing xubuntu using the Wubi method (after loading xubuntu from the windows menu starts installing and I get the error):
I checked the MD5 and matches. I just tried booting the presumably faulty USB stick on a third computer with the same results. Only quit button is clickable. « An Update changed my display resolution | Installation oracle12c on centOS 6.x » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced http://centralpedia.com/squashfs-error/ubuntu-usb-squashfs-error.html If you don't have a fast internet connection you may consider requesting a free Ubuntu installation CD.
I know for sure that my download was not corrupted, and that my CD drive is opperating correctly. Any thoughts? Show many "squashfs error: unable to read page, block. Password Linux - Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux.
I then tried the an OFFICIAL CD UBUNTU 8.04 I recieved in the mail. Can't tell if it's the CD burner that burned it wrong the (several) times I burned it using default (TAO) mode, but, as I said, burning a single time with DAO I did not try the installer, because I didn't want to disturb my current 10.04 installation. Removed the bad module and all is now working.
In this article, the essential steps of how to install Linux Ubuntu desktop version are detailed. Step 1: Download Ubuntu There are three different ways to get Ubuntu. The usb dvd writer is in perfect condition because mounting the disk on linux also verifies the checksums. Before you use the data, you need to restore its folder and file structures.
Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap - Main Menu Linux Forum Android Forum Chrome OS Forum Search LQ one thing you can do to avoid having to burn cds is use unetbootin to "burn" the iso to a flash disc Dimitrios Symeonidis (azimout) wrote on 2008-10-16: #24 Ok, summing None of iso works and all of them report the same error "...SQUASHFS ... How to solve this problem ?
Do pulled hair from the root grow back? No portion may be reproduced without my written permission. But as my xp wasnt wrking, i could not use it. Reinald Gfuellner (reinald-gfuellner) wrote on 2011-02-10: #47 PXE/NFS: Can SquashFS deal with temporary read-errors at all ?
I've had similar trouble with 7.10 on another PC, and an "all-generic-ide" option made it work. So although I cannot help with squashfs problem, I would say that it is unlikely that your hard drive is broken. Press any key to reboot your system PLEASE UBUNTU tell me what file is corrupt!