So I decided to go on and install 10.04 LTS, because it is LTS... I created the live USB as directed on the Ubuntu download page. I download Universal USB Installer and it says USB created successfully. However, when I boot from the USB the error comes up as mentioned in title... The USB has no problems because I installed 10.10 last time from the very same USB. There's nothing wrong with the procedure because I am following the officially suggested method. Also, nothing wrong with partitions because one instance of Ubuntu is installed and was working fine until I tried to install video drivers (long story)...
I downloaded SUSE to a directory and copied that to a CD to use for running a trial on a 950 Mhz laptop. The CD does show a directory Boot and the boot directory does contain files. There is also a file named syslinux.cfg which when viewed from MS XP is identified as a configuration file for MS Office Outlook.
On boot attempts from the CD I get the Error message: No default or UI configuration directive found.Do I have an error on the D/L disk or is my proceedure not correct?
I recently decided to install Ubuntu on a couple of computers without CD drives (netbooks), so I followed these instructions to create a bootable flash drive: http:[url].....That worked fine for both netbooks. Now I'm trying to use the same flash drive on a desktop currently running Windows Vista, but get his message when I try to boot from the flash drive:
No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!I tried to boot one of the netbooks from the flash drive again and that still works.I'm thinking a BIOS setting.
Syslinux shows the message in the title everytime I try to boot from a 2gb usb drive. I've tried with Xubuntu 10.04 Desktop for i386 and Linux Mint 9, both with Unetbootin and Universal USB Installer, but I'm getting the same error all the time, it's driving me crazy. I haven't tried with other USB sticks or a different PC though, that's next on my list. Below's a dxdiag file for if you need it,
A week ago I opened this thread viewtopic.php?f=17&t=61580 in "Board index ‹ Help ‹ Installation" and asked for a moderator to move this to here. Because it hasnt happened up to know, I am reopening the thread here. It would be reeeeally great if somebody could help me with my problem!
I own two computers, one netbook and one laptop. I want to boot my netbook as a diskless client via PXE.I set up a dhcp-, tftp and nfs-server on my laptop but when i boot my netbook, the follwoing messages are displayed:(to make it more clear, i uploaded the whole output and shortened the output below)
I own two computers, one netbook and one laptop. I want to boot my netbook as a diskless client via PXE. I set up a dhcp-, tftp and nfs-server on my laptop but when i boot my netbook, the follwoing messages are displayed:(to make it more clear, i uploaded the whole output and shortened the output below)
Why will none of my mint distros boot from a usb stick on Windows Professional 7N? ]They will boot on other machines and I can run the mint 8/9 in Windows. The error on boot from usb is:" No default or UI configuration found!"
I tried to install Ubuntu 10.10 with a USB stick, but when I start the computer with the USB stick I got this:
SYSLINUX 4.02 2010-07-21 CHS Copyright (C) 1994-2010 H. Peter Anvin et al ERROR: No configuration file found No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found! Boot: I did a MD5SUM of my .iso file and it say "MD5 Check Sums are the same".
I installed ndiswrapper and tried adding a driver. Error: module ndiswrapper not found.So I recompiled my kernel, upgrading to 126.96.36.199 (no, I can't see the logical connection either) After a week, I got the new kernel working ( in the interim I reinstalled debian- it didn't survive my first kernel attempt. don't ask), and reinstalled ndiswrapper. Same problem. So I had a stoke of genius: download the source package!! So I did. Lo and behold, a new directory appeared in /usr/src/ : modules. I took a moment to admire my work, then I jumped in.I 'ls'ed to see what was going on, and found a Makefile. so I typed 'make'. First error: kernel source not found. So I entered the Makefile, found the(clearly marked)variable,and changed it to /usr/src/linux-188.8.131.52 , exited, and redid 'make' Second error: no wireless support in kernel. So I went to src/linux-184.108.40.206 and did a make menuconfig- loaded my current, threw in wireless, and exited.
I have a new installation. I try to boot and instead of my grub menu, I get "error: file not found" and am dropped into the rescue prompt. I have just a standard "Desktop" installation. I installed from the 5.05 net install cd. I installed grub to the MBR.
partitions are: hd0,2 is / hd0,5 is swap entering the "set" command results in: prefix=(hd0,2)/boot/grub root=hd0,2 [Code]...
I have a set of two amd64 machines with Debian Lenny. Machine 2 reads all the users' information from the Machine 1 through LDAP. Also, in Machine 2 I set up a dchroot environment for 32 bits compatibility ( following [URL]
In addition to the above instructions, on this Machine 2, I set up /etc/libnss*, /etc/ldap/*, and /etc/nsswitch.conf both for the amd64 and for the i386 environments. I have no problems if I'm in the native amd64 mode. However, once I enter the i386 dchroot, some strange things happen:
1) For users from uid=1000 to uid=1031, I get an error if running 'whoami' (Cannot find name for user ID XXXX) and if I run 'id' , I get all the correct group numbers but no translation to group names in parenthesis as it should be. 'ls -l' also only lists group numbers but no names.
2) for user 1032 I cannot even change into the dchroot, I get the error "E: Group '1,031' not found"
I have a network set up that has been working for around a year with no problems but has now developed a login problem. The system was set up with a main server with all users on it and another PC located elsewhere that people could log onto using there personal login and password that then gained access to the account on the main server. This remote PC has now got the problem. When you try to log onto an account it comes up with the message "your session has lasted less than 10 seconds. If you have not logged out yourself this could mean there is a installation problem or that you are out of disk space."
Error message says that no profile for the user can be found and it couldnt create per-user gnome configuration directory. I can log on as root onto the remote PC as it is obviously a local account but all the account on the main server are not accessible. From the root account I can see that the connection to the server is OK and I can actually log into the accounts on the server using the failsafe session so the physical network is OK.
I never built or designed this set up and to be honest I normally work with windows so its all a bit strange to me. Both PC's run Centos 5. I have checked the messages log and there doesnt seem to be any indication of a problem. Just that it stopped connecting from the remote PC. The accounts are all active on the main server itself and have no problems being accessed.
I installed Ubuntu on my PS3. I got a confirmation message that Ubuntu was installed and I needed to restart. When I reboot I get a loading message and everything checks until:
Code: ps3av_do_pkt: ps3av_send_cmd_pkt() failed (result=-11) ps3av_do_pkt: failed old:10003 res:-11 EXT2-fs: ps3da1: couldn't mount because of unsupprted optional features (240). EXT3-fs: ps3da1: couldn't mount because of unsupprted optional features (240). EXT2-fs: ps3da1: couldn't mount because of unsupprted optional features (240). mount: mounting non on /dev/pts failed /init: /init: 923: KBoot loader
No default foot fs was found, or one was found and it didn't contain a message= config file. [space between root and fs is how I see it]. If no rootfs was found, you can enter the shell here with 'sh'. Exiting will return you to this prompt. In the shell you can mount your rootfs as /mnt/root/.
Reasons this may have happened include: -No drive with a rootfs was actually found -Your footfs does not have the correct volume lable of "/" -Your rootfs is corrupt (use rescue cd to fix this).
Ubuntu 10.04 server 64-bit I was following; The Perfect Server - Ubuntu Hardy Heron (Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Server) - Page 4 [URL] to set up the server on Ubuntu 10.04 and encountered problem on editing /etc/default/syslogd
So im setting up my own server never done it before so should be interesting Im going to install apache but it says in my instructionsFirst thing is make sure you open up /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and at least change the ServerName directiveSo ive found the file, and i managed to open it with hte command ed httpd.conf But it just showed a 5 or 6 digit number.Do i need to edit this and why ?What command should i use to edit? what should i put into this file ? how do i close the file when ive edited it?
I was installing last night some applications , then i forgot to plugin my laptop so suddenly it turned off , anyways today i turned it on , while booting it gave me this error : "error where found when mounting the disk file /"so i press I to ignore , and it works , but now how can i fix this error?
I used usb_modeswitch but the result was "No default vendor/product found." But usbmod_switch.conf file has all the vendor & product id contained in it. And modeprobe is also not effective. Even Sakis3g script fails to switch my datacard into modem. How to use BSNL Data Card in Fedora 13?
I want to know how does directive ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse work. If I have an application on an internal webserver running on port 8080 on Lan but I want it to be accessible on internet via Server A which has public IP but firewall (which I do not have control blocks all except port 80).
Code: Server A -----------------------------------------Server B Public IP LAN (Port 8080 blocked) if I write Code: ProxyPass /application http://192.168.1.5:8080 ProxyPassReverse /application http://192.168.1.5:8080
Will the application be accessible outside. Or do I need to contact sysadmin to open 8080 in A in above diagram. Is there any other way to do the same in apache2.
I've customized my ubuntu setup using many themes and icon packs and now have it just the way I like it but every time I create a new user account it resets to the default interface. Is there any way to save the current configuration I have (theme, icons etc.) as default?
I have ubuntu 11.04 few things first: I cant figure out how to get to the x.org configuration, i've searched high and low for it. I looked in the software center and it says i have OpenGL installed, but when i search for OPENGL or x.org in my applications menu, it only gives me available downloads, and nothing to actually open in a window and use. -When I open the additional drivers menu its 100% blank. not 1 driver is listed. -I searched for and downloaded the proprietary ATI driver from the software center, additional drivers menu is still blank, and I can't run Unity now. -I tried to open the ATI Catalyst control panel, and it says the driver is not properly configured, and to run the aticonfig, where is this? i cant find it. None of this is making any sense to me. I've been reading forum posts and numerous 3rd party sites for days, and nothing works.
I'm just trying to get my laptop to run EVE. It ran fine when I had windows on here. All of my problems with it seem to be stemming from my Graphics, and I cant seem to figure out how to fix it. It seems that every fix I can find, doesnt work on my laptop, and many of the control panels people point to as a resource to fix a problem, I either can't find them, or they are not populated the way they should be. I hate to say it, but if I can't get this issue resolved, I may have to turn back to Windows, The main reason I even have this laptop is to play games when I'm not at home...and I cant do that....all i can use it for ATM is music and internet...
Ubuntu 9.10 was set up to handle the booting selection - previously I thought it was xp but Ubuntu 9.10 "did" it. The system started out as a xp / ubuntu 9.10 dual boot on a 400gb drive. xp has 210gb, ub has 80 and their is a 100gb shared storage. Xp was installed first and then I followed a guide over at linuxconfig.org to get ub installed so that I could select which OS was wanted at boot. Ubuntu manages the boot up menu (Went back to look at my notes from the original setup) The owner tried to update to ub 11.04 and afterall was said and done the machine now boots to the message
error file not found grub rescue I can't say if 11.04 was properly installed or not. Ask whatever you like and I'll give the best answer I can. I think the xp install is okay but I can't say for certain as I don't know how to boot it outside the bootmanager at startup. Data has been saved so if I have to blow it all away and start over I can but I'm hoping I won't have to.