I made a bootable flashdrive using Ubuntu's startup disk creator, but haha, then it seems my particular system does not offer an option to boot from a flash drive. 2. A better fix would be for the casper devs to change line 44 of /scripts/casper-helpers from "eval $(fstype < $1)" to "eval $(fstype $1 2>/dev/null)". My target is a Thinkpad T42. Ryan Caley (ryan-caley) wrote on 2011-05-14: #55 I would like to revoke my previous comment. http://centralpedia.com/unable-to/ubuntu-apt-get-lock-error.html
It's due to the installer not recognizing the USB drive after it's booted to BusyBox. I just had to press SPACE when I saw the little guy and keyboard...I wonder if others are making the same mistake, or is it just a noob mistake. melaz (dmelanjin) wrote on 2011-03-03: #23 Also for same thing. Problem solved by selecting ACPI=off option at the USB stick's boot screen.
In any case when I pick it I get the same failure message as in the question. –matt wilkie Oct 27 '10 at 19:55 ...and after checking md5sum discovered What would have happened to the world if the sepoy mutiny of 1857 had suceeded? Now, I have a Dell, and I initially just chose to boot from the CD on the startup screen. Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Fix Then again, maybe it doesn't matter.
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Tango Icons © Tango Desktop Project. Maybe that was with the 40 pin cables. http://askubuntu.com/questions/5996/unable-to-mount-dev-loop0-during-install I download the ISO image from Ubuntu website "http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download".
Links Github Goodreads Last.fm Linkedin Twitter Tag Cloud9.10 10.04 10.10 11.04 11.10 12.04 android arch bash command line debian error fedora fix guide hack how to HowTo install isadora julia karmic Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Iso share|improve this answer answered Oct 11 '10 at 15:47 Evan 3,2771214 on the cd I created today there is no "Check CD for defects", there is "Check disc for I also found several other reports about this problem from people with notebooks without this option too. I followed your instructions and everything worked like a charm.
/init: line 7: can't open /dev/sr0: No medium found
This was not required to install 9.10 on this computer. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/500822 Keep waiting. - After a few minutes, doing "ls -l /dev/sd*" will show the USB key (sdb* devices). - Now, exit the shell and continue the boot. - It comes up /init Line 7 Can't Open /dev/sr0 No Medium Found did nothing. No Medium Found On Dev Sr0 Ubuntu Diver (diver) wrote on 2011-03-20: #14 Unfortunately my bios doesn't have an option to disable floppy drive (and I don't have one at all).
And it works. his comment is here November 26th, 2011 | Tags: debian, fedora, guide, how to, linux, linuxmint, live usb, mint, opensuse, pen drive, persistence, stdin I/O error, tutorial, Ubuntu, unetbootin, usb, windows | Category: Command dave holmes (daveholmes) wrote on 2012-01-11: #64 I got this issue booting linux mint 11 from USB using Unetbootin to an ASPIRE revo (Acer). I finally got it to boot again a couple hours ago. Ubuntu Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Usb
Is there a word for "timeless" that doesn't imply the passage of time? However if you wait like 5 min or more it should boot fine. Origin of ‚Äúcan‚ÄĚ in the sense of ‚Äėjail‚Äô Integer function which takes every value infinitely often What is way to eat rice with hands in front of westerners such that it http://centralpedia.com/unable-to/ubuntu-vmware-error.html Harrison Harrison (harrbis) wrote on 2010-09-13: #3 I re-burned the cd and it gives me the same problem.
Ubuntu Desktop 9.10 installs properly in every version and from every source. Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Linux Mint sorry delance (olivier-delance) wrote on 2010-10-11: #8 @Greg Wilkins: Aaron Gutman has issue with a USB stick, so it seems there are many issues with this error message. rjr162 (ronrossman) wrote on 2010-12-21: #39 I'd just like to toss in this just happened to me too.
Are you ready for the next step? This issue is probably not related to my problem, as I'm trying to boot from USB. This is the first time i had this kind of problem. Initramfs Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Usb Adding the break and debug (probably only one of these is actually needed but I don't know which) slows down the process and waits long enough so that the USB device
I made sure it was working properly and went back to Windows and imaged both of my disks before trying to install. Yes all checksums are fine. Install with no problems. http://centralpedia.com/unable-to/unable-to-mount-error-ubuntu.html Trying to install Ubuntu 10.04.4 64bit.
Another thing to check is that the CD burn worked correctly (make sure you burn at reduced speed and check the option to verify after burning to make double sure). Had to use Wubi installed to get going... Home Forum Today's Posts | FAQ | Calendar | Community Groups | Forum Actions Mark Forums Read | Quick Links View Site Leaders | Unanswered Posts | Forum Rules Articles Marketplace I just unplugged it and that was it!
Anyway, what is your guest OS?. –Javier Rivera Oct 11 '10 at 16:13 I have the same problem but on my machine i dont have an operatiing system how It not a problem i have ever had though so its difficult to diagnose. I get then to the language selection screen, I get pass that then when I try to install to hard disk the error comes up. IKT (ikt) on 2011-03-19 Changed in ubuntu: status: Confirmed → Incomplete Bruno Desthuilliers (bruno-desthuilliers) wrote on 2011-04-10: #44 casper log (cf https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper) Edit (18.7 KiB, text/plain) Same error here - ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso
Attachments: casper.log and dmesg output Bruno Desthuilliers (bruno-desthuilliers) wrote on 2011-04-10: #45 cf https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper Edit (94.5 KiB, text/plain) and here comes the dmesg output Joe Millenbach (jmillenbach) wrote on 2011-04-11: #46 I burn it on a normal cd but it's late, I'll report this in about 16 hours^^ Harrison (harrbis) wrote on 2010-10-11: #5 I tried the RC and it worked perfectly, I would firstly check the MD5SUM of the .iso file against the official Ubuntu ones which can be found here. Hope this works for you, too.
Separate namespaces for functions and variables in POSIX shells Enable Wireless on Fresh Debian Build How to make Skyscanner, Kiwi, Kayak include ground transfer in the search Centralizers of regular elements Nicolas Breton (nibr) wrote on 2010-10-12: #9 I have the same problem with a number of different configurations: 3 computers running 10.04, 3 different CD-RW burnt with the desktop 10.10 i386 Adv Reply November 28th, 2010 #8 matt_symes View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage I'm back baby. Unplugging the USB and reinserting didn't work either, but I did see the message "rejected 1 configuration due to insufficient available bus power" when I pugged it in.
Fedora 15 also fails. Disable ACPI from BIOS (it don't work for me) 2. Adv Reply November 28th, 2010 #10 matt_symes View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage I'm back baby. I guess I can look forward to the upcoming problems with BlueRay.
The main HD has about 30 GBs free and the video card is from an Nvidia Geoforce.