Ubuntu Installation :: Wubi Install 10.10 X64 - Error

Jan 7, 2011

I understand this is a common problem but i can't seem to find a solution for it other than use gparted to partition your hard drive and install directly to the hard drive.

I am trying to load 10.10 through the wubi installer. I want to install the 64 bit version of ubuntu. My windows OS is 64 bit as well.

I download the wubi online and when i run it i get through the first step of picking how large i want the hard drive and my sudo password. I click next and it goes to download the 10.10 x64 ISO. After about 10 sec a firewall alert comes up and i say allow then right after that the wubi crashes and i get an error log that i will post below saying i dont have permissions. Ive also tried using the right click "run as administrator" option on the wubi from windows 7.

Ive also tried downloading the ubuntu 10.10 x64 desktop iso. i extracted it using winrar then ran the wubi that comes with that and i get the same issue. I find it funny that when your run the wubi from the install disk it still downloads another copy of the iso instead of asking for its location on your hard drive.

I like the concept of the wubi and i had previously installed 10.04 through the wubi and loved it. I had an issue with 10.04 after doing a lot of tweaking and I simply wanted to just remove it and install 10.10 fresh. I'm strictly using ubuntu for experimental and learning purposes so i dont want to install it directly to my hard drive.


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Nov 27, 2010

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Jan 26, 2010

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01-26 13:29 DEBUG TaskList: # Cancelling tasklist
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The request is not supported.


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[Cancel] [Try Again] [Continue]

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Apr 30, 2011

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Jul 4, 2011

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error: no such device: 9054698454696DC2
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Dec 3, 2010

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Nov 3, 2010

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Jan 30, 2011

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