What a hassle tho. Browse other questions tagged 14.04 hp crash ubiquity or ask your own question. Peter09May 28th, 2012, 02:45 PMYeah, both crashed for me as well, had to install 11.10 and do an updgrade from there. Installing from Live CD. have a peek here
swapoff -a fdisk /dev/sda Delete swap partition Delete extended partition Create extended partition using the rest of the drive. qyot27April 27th, 2012, 06:30 PMNot all BIOSes have the option to switch graphics between onboard and dedicated even if the user has both available. For me the alternate installer also fails. I have searched wihtout any luck.
Until then, i'll probably just stick to Debian. Sounds to me like, even with the alternate install CD, he used a non Nvidia video card to successfully install. Good. As I said, you can re-use the existing swap partition.
Not to impressed at the moment :mad: nicks27April 29th, 2012, 03:31 PMThe two machines where I've had Xubuntu 12.04 installation failure ("unrecoverable error" or stuck on the hourglass failing to complete Log in / Register Ubuntuubiquity package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers crash during installation of Ubuntu 12.04 Asked by Oluseyi Akinboboye on 2012-05-04 Hi, Whenever i try doing an installation See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote on 2015-11-13: #10 Yes..
Looks like a bug in the installer routine. Why was Susan treated so unkindly? Reply With Quote 01-01-2009,03:56 PM #13 sagecss View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Arch Ninja Join Date Jan 2006 Posts 467 Threads 46 Local Date 10-31-2016 Local https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1512996 Good job there!
Reply With Quote 12-26-2008,02:17 AM #6 sagecss View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Arch Ninja Join Date Jan 2006 Posts 467 Threads 46 Local Date 10-31-2016 Local I use zsync or wget so that I can continue a partial download after a disconnect. Nope. There is indeed a bug posted at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/995126 EDIT: Alternate Install CD worked well for me.
Where it hung up is when it said "Failed to unmount partitions /dev/sdb2" I tried to back out of the installation but it kept going on its own and just told page I need to try again. You shouldn't need any Windows logical drives, and you should only have one extended partition on a disk. I was able to get further with the Lubuntu 12.04 ISO, but it eventually crashes also before installing Grub.
But it happens right after I put in the username and password information for the OS. http://centralpedia.com/ubuntu-error/ubuntu-error-usr-bin-xorg.html bjfarSeptember 6th, 2012, 12:40 PMJust tried the 12.04.1 installer (desktop, 32 bit), doesn't work for me. aykoolaMay 3rd, 2012, 11:44 AMAnd why isn't the image fixed so it works for all of us? All data submitted to the site becomes the property of BBF and subject to review for abuse and illegal content by the staff and owners.
Does installation work now? Seems to be working OK. e.g. http://centralpedia.com/ubuntu-error/ubuntu-error-25.html Skip to content Board index Change font size Advanced search Info Boxes FAQ Register Login Are you a spammer Please note, that the first 3 posts you make, will need to
It then says there was an error. Please advise. I had to do a fresh install of 11.10 (without updating it) and then upgraded to 12.04.
Do you have an onboard video port you can switch to instead of using the pci video card? techsupportApril 27th, 2012, 06:31 PMWorkaround Discovered The alternate installer version works perfectly and has no issues, it does not stop or mess up. What are my options now? My laptop's been stuck at "Restoring previously installed packages" for about five hours now.
There is no reason why you cannot create an extended partition. If I could do the upgrade using the install ISO, I would give it a shot. I don't think it has to do with AMD processor unless I was just lucky with a clean install on my netbook. http://centralpedia.com/ubuntu-error/ubuntu-error-11.html You could also boot with the LiveCD to do the partitioning if the program won't let you on a live system. (again, that would be ultra lame...
Tried an install of 11.04 and basically same thing, but the bar went about 85%, and the text above the bar said "Ready When You Are" with a grayed out Skip This Linux distribution is going to have its boot loader (Grub) installed to the MBR of the hard disk. (/dev/sda) You want to do "manual partitioning" during the install. Awards Photo Gallery My Photos Advanced Search Forum Software Center Linux Rebellion UBUNTU 64BIT "UBIQUITY" INSTALLATION ERROR If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ Then did the Ooga updates including graphics etc...rebooted and fdisk -l delivered the following: Is that exciting or what?
The processor is also an Athlon XP. Reply With Quote 12-26-2008,04:29 PM #10 sagecss View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Arch Ninja Join Date Jan 2006 Posts 467 Threads 46 Local Date 10-31-2016 Local alezfluteMay 30th, 2012, 06:46 PMI can confirm that entering the live session and removing the slideshow allowed me to perform a succesful installation (32-bit Ubuntu) aykoolaJune 6th, 2012, 11:19 PMis there All former clean installs up to and including Ubuntu 11.10 which I am now using never experienced this kind of problem.
aykoolaMay 9th, 2012, 10:40 AMbump. Just a little while ago, I tried the alternate install CD for 12.04 as mentioned above. Use fdisk or cfdisk instead. (command line utilities... What I don't understand is how can what I have allocated to the extended partition change .
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Glenn. It crashed at the moment when Ubuntu installer asks you to confirm your location on the map. I'm also not sure why I am getting the spaces before sda1 and after sda2?
see the Slackware Howto on this site for how to use the Linux fdisk program).