All failed. This solved the problem. I've downloaded it in Windows 3 times, always deleting the old version. How do unlimited vacation days work? Check This Out
Try the fat format first, then create the usb with unetbootin. I've tested also with Kubuntu, Ubuntu Mate, Gnome Shell and Xubuntu. Analysing StuxNet using online tools ! Rik Smoody (ubuntu-smoo) wrote on 2010-10-26: #20 I'm also seeing this problem on an HP Pavillion tower using CD-R Rik Smoody (ubuntu-smoo) wrote on 2010-10-26: #21 I had checked the sums. http://askubuntu.com/questions/5996/unable-to-mount-dev-loop0-during-install
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 Even the CD iso burnt on a normal DVD works fine. Now, I've just downloaded (for the 1st time) a new copy in my new Ubuntu Gnome Shell. I've had this issue with some other other distros, and those worked without any problem.
File is broken. Evidently Ubuntu needs a rescue. :( David Gettis (forliberty) wrote on 2011-12-06: #63 I should add that I'm using a CD-R, and that I tried the suggestion of unplugging all USB This is actually cloning with dd under the hood, so you should get exactly the same result with dd (but without 'safety belt'). SaintDanBert (saint-grillongroup) wrote on 2011-04-20: #48 Add me to the list that have this problem.
The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group Cerulean Style by Daniel St. That fixed this for me. or if the install cd have some defective files in it. http://lxle.net/forums/discussion/276/live-usb-key-doesnt-boot/p1 Solution was to use a standard CD-R and it worked like a charm.
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I'm re-downloading to see if I can reproduce the issue or otherwise explain it. Last edited by RamonB; November 1st, 2015 at 02:36 PM. Various UEFI may show it differently, but with UEFI only it should be only choice. I checked the MD5SUM and all of them were OK.
You should see, when the files are checked, and it should finish with 'Check finished: no errors found'. his comment is here I boot off the live cd and it starts fine until it says the following: (note: this is read from one computer and typed on another so there may be typos) Anyways, hope this helps. Harrison Harrison (harrbis) wrote on 2010-09-13: #3 I re-burned the cd and it gives me the same problem.
I also tried 3 different flash drives (including a brand new one from Kingston) and I tested other flavours with the same flash drive. 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 haven't run Memtest 86 (fully) yet or the MD5 sum yet but I've read the forum and seems like neither helps.
Each time I ended up in initramfs with messages like mount: mounting /dev/loop0 on /filesystem.squashfs failed: input/output error Is there any progress on this one? Failed. Thanks for the help! I just unplugged it and that was it!
I used the md5 instructions you provided and discovered that the signature of my downloaded version did not match the signature on the releases page. I'm installing on an Acer Aspire One netbook. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! http://bovbjerg.net/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-mount-dev-loop0-11-04.php Bill Gates - How A Geek Changed The World | Video...
Then again, maybe it doesn't matter. dbclinton (dbclin) wrote on 2010-11-21: #32 And here are my two cents: I've tried to install the 10.10 desktop i386 iso (md5 checked out fine) on a Compaq Evo desktop using Colin Watson (cjwatson) said on 2010-10-21: #4 We publish checksums exactly because it's possible for network-layer problems to occasionally corrupt data in transit. Trying to install 10.10 final from i386-desktop.
Adv Reply Reply With Quote October 30th, 2015 #4 RamonB View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Feb 2009 Location Salvador, BA, Brazil Beans Forbidden.You don't have permission to view this page.https://www.quora.comPlease email [email protected] if you believe this is an error. Thank you both. I remade a live CD on a CD-R, and it did work, with all the files showing on the disk and everything.
I copied Echeddar (post #47 above) and reformatted the USB using the slow option on windows. I've never had issues with my Dell inspiron e1505 before with any version of Ubuntu (other than the broadcom wireless which I had switched in the past for an intel wireless Decided to give 10.10 a try, but get the same error as everyone else after the first screen comes up. 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).
The problems was that I was using a rewritable CD (only those were handy). The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group Cerulean Style by Daniel St. While we appreciate the difficulties you are facing, it would appear that the CD image (ISO file) you downloaded could be corrupt. Thanks in advance.
However, that failed early on with: Data error in "casper\filesystem.squashfs". But I think it's unnecessary and would be just waste/ Btw, I checked the MD5 sum and got match one. Thank you.