Fedora Installation :: Cannot Locate F14 (Live Media Download) File
Dec 9, 2010
I have a Dell Inspiron 1420 laptop running on Windows 7, I just download the iso file for Fedora 14 desktop edition, the live media download, and burned it to a new CD-RW, I can't seem to locate the file I need to boot it.
live usb media does not let me to to save files and make modifications to live operating system that will persist after a reboot
I made the bootable stick with the liveusb creator at https://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator/ using an iso image of f10 live cd, a flash drive with 2 Gb capacity and a paersistent storage setting of 200 Mb
I changed root=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXi-do-not-remember-XXXXXXXXXXXX to
On the flash drive to make it bootable
I installed gparted on live operating system and when i rebooted gparted was not installed.
I searched but couldn't find this specific error. I'm using a Toshiba with Windows7 and a new 2 gb USB.
Fedora-13-i686-Live.iso selected Verifying filesystem... Verifying SHA256 checksum of LiveCD image... Error: The SHA1 of your Live CD is invalid. You can run this program with the --noverify argument to bypass this verification check.
Purchased Toshiba Satellite laptop L505D-S5983 November 30, 2009. Separated partitions and inserted Fedora 11 disk. Computer responded and asked question regarding what I wanted to do and I selected install. Answered question regarding English, US, then response given "Cannot locate drive" --> now need to manually select drive among myriad of drives listed.
The CD-ROM component in my computer is the HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT20F ATA Device. Manufacturer value states "(Standard CD-ROM drives.
how can i login to ustream.tv to download Flash Media Encoder XML file [URL] using "wget" command or either "curl" command in linux only.If any one have any other option to login ustream.tv using any command line tools in linux please revert back me soon. My acc.no:firstname.lastname@example.org
I faced a problem while installing ubuntu 10.04 on mylaptop;i downloaded the ubuntu from ubuntu official site. Problem: message coming that no media device is found for live file system. My Laptop configuration : 2.2 ghz core 2 duo processor, 320gb hdd in this matter and can let me know me how can i install ubuntu 10.04 on my laptop.
I have downloaded the live media for Fedora 14 to an 11gb partition of my hard drive. After that I cannot figure out how to install it. I have previously had ubuntu linux earlier this year, but had a bad experience when I downloaded a boot loader for it.
I'm not if I should download the i386 or the x86 iso. I'm not very familiar with hardware. The processor in the computer I want to install fedora on has an AMD64 athlon processor. My confusion comes from the fact that when I bought this computer it has what I assume is a 32-bit vista installation, and the recovery disc doesn't have the option to choose 64-bit or 32-bit installs like the one for my 64-bit vista machine does. The link for the computer I'm going to try fedora out on is here: [URL]. (I know it's not that great, but it's good for tinkering around with.)
I've recent begun to want to create a spin of Fedora for my high school to offer as an alternative to Mac OS X and Windows. My first attempt with any distro was to try and use Suse Studio, however nothing with packages that I downloaded myself would successfully compile. I then thought that I might try and use some sort of local program do create it with and tried Revisor, however when I made Live Media, Xorg wouldn't start and when I made DVD Install Media the kernel would kernel panic every time on boot.
Is there anyway to solve the problem with Revisor or are there any alternatives?
I have also tried using Ubuntu with the Ubuntu Customization Kit however that didn't work either considering I have to have it in a virtual machine.
I have created a Fedora 15 live usb using LiLi-Usb with a persistence file of 2048mb, on a 4gb flash drive. What I would like to know is two things, will this allow me to update Fedora 15 on the flash drive?, and later, if I chose to install to the hard drive, will the updates cross over?
First I go to the following URL to download the latest version of VLC Player, which I greatly prefer to Totem or any other standard Linux video/audio player: http://www.fileguru.com/Movie-Player/download. After I click on the "Download" link, a new window appears which asks me if I want to 1) Open with Archive Manager (default) or 2) Save File. There is a drop down arrow next to the first choice which only gives "Other..." as the only other choice. Well, if I choose the first option, the download appears as an .exe file in the "Downloads" window.
A window with "Download Error" in its Title Bar appears with the following message in it: "/tmp/VLC_Player_Setup-3.exe could not be opened, because the associated helper application does not exist. Change the association in your preferences." I don't even know yet how to even open up an .exe file in Linux, despite repeated research.
My computer is Compaq Presario CQ61-110ED notebook pc Mijn videocard is:Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD Where can I download a driver for Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD by the Ubuntu 32/64 bits, version 9.10?
I am reading a book on OpenSSH and I need some help on sshd2_config . I cannot locate this file. The author claims that it should be in /etc/ssh2/. I don't see the ssh2 directory either. Is this another component that is not installed? Since the book is an implementation book, it doesn't give all the details as to what it is. It assumes you know.
I would like to download an already upgraded Ubuntu Live-CD or upgraded alternate CD iso-image. Like an Ubuntu Hardy with all the package and safety upgrades up till now so that I don't need to upgrade with a network connection.Particularly the last two LTSs:
I have a USB which I want to use for a 'live' debian OS. I have debian 7.7 on hard disk and will be using Unetbootin to transfer the .iso file onto the USB.
However, when I go the debian archive there are so many iso files for the particular debian pkg [URL] .... There's iso, iso.contents, iso.log, iso.packages and iso.zsync. Do I download all of these iso files?
I'll be doing a Code: Select allsha256sums <iso-filename> to make sure the downloads aren't corrupted. But when I use Unetbootin and get it to write the main .iso file onto USB, do I then repeat this process with all the other iso files for the OS?
I'm uncertain if this is the correct forum to ask this question. Please redirect me to the correct forum if necessary. I am attempting to install MS Windows 7 as a guest in VirtualBox inside Ubuntu Karmic Koala 9.10. on a ZaReason Strata 3660 with 4GB of RAM and adequate memory. The machine is correctly partitioned for this event. I am using the Ubuntu Walk Through as a guide: [URl].. All was going fine until VirtualBox asked for the .iso image from the MS cd 'UDF Volume'. There appears to be no .iso file in the UDF Volume.
I downloaded and burnt the ISO imagw of Fedora 15 onto a CD. I wanted to try Fedora 15 before installing. So, I booted from the CD. However, in the list of Applications, I do not find Libreoffice Suite. Wil I need to download Libreoffice separately after installing Fedora 15?
I usually upgrade using the network install CD image. However, I cannot locate one for F14. Is there one? If so where? If not, should I just wait for it? I recall that the F13 network install came out awhile after the F13 release.
This is our first time choosing and installing linux. Our other servers are all windows 2008 x64. We were told to install fedora 13. I can only find a download for the desktop version and we're looking for the SERVER x64 download. Could I please get a link?