I have Ubuntu 10.10 installed. When I boot, this error message appeared "init: ureadahead main process 388 terminated with status 5" After that, another error message appear saying " *ERROR* render ring head not reset to zero"
Code: init: ureadahead main process (423) terminated with status 5 Ubuntu 10.10 lorentz tty1
lorentz login: The first line of the above shows up during boot before the display goes graphical. I can see it again (all of the above) when I Ctrl+Alt+F1 to access the first text console. Anyone know what is causing this, what problems can happen as a result, and what should be done about it? I moved from 9.10 on one machine to 10.10 on a new machine, so I don't know if it's a hardware problem or software. I am running 64-bit. I am not really seeing any problems happening besides the few scattered application and GUI glitches that are common with a new/migrated setup.
I keep getting this message as the first thing I see when I boot up. Afterwards, it displays the ubuntu logo and dots under it and then the screen blacks out, but the display lights act like its OK (wireless ETC). should I use a boot CD or something? The hard drive is fine and this happened after the computer blacked out during updates. i scanned the hard drive and its OK, according to the little scan thing you can do before booting up. I have a Compaq Presario V200. For specs, thats all I know.
Can't seem to get past this error Doing a google search resulted with no good answers that pertained to this issue. Not sure what's halting the system from starting up, but it just sits and hangs at this forever. Only able to view the error when booting into single user mode - normal boot hangs after "enabling /etc/fstab swaps: [OK]"
I installed Lucid Lynx on my laptop a couple of months ago and for the most part everything was working fine. However, just recently the computer doesn't seem to be booting up at all. I start up the machine and then a black screen appears with the text: init: ureadahead main process (306) terminated with status 5 the (#) is different in some boot-ups
And the computer just hangs there. typing anything doesn't seem to help at all. I press enter and a new line just appears. I've left it there for hours and still no login screen.
When I restart my computer the following messages come up: __________________________________________________ _ init: usplash post-start process (2221) terminated with status 1 * Stopping ClamAV virus database updater freshclan
I have upgraded my ubuntu to the latest version a few days ago. Prior to the update I played a little with my partitions (transferred about 15GB from my windows partition to ubuntu partition).Up until yesterday everything worked. For some reason ubuntu will not load up now. After selecting ubuntu on grub i get the following msg: init: mountall main fsck process (574) terminated with status 3 mount of filesystem failed one or more of the mounts
Quote: init: ureadahead main process (274) terminated with status 59 Starting up... There is a blinking cursor under the 'S' in Starting. It doesn't boot or respond to any escape combinations that I know. Several retries have yielded the same screen. I read the original post and a few comments here about ureadahead, but did not find anything related to my problem.
Last night i have upgraded my 9.10 to 10.04. After rebooting the system i couldnt boot linux.I got the following message:Starting up ...mount: mounting none on /dev failed: No such deviceinit: ureadahead main process (20 terminated with status 5After that message some 10.04 check disk started, but nothing good came out of it.
When i boot my pc there is a black screen and then a message appears (initlymouth-splash main process(856) terminated with status 1) Some other times only this appears '' _ '' blinking (i don't remember how it is called in english,sorry) I hold Ctrl+Alt+Delete and then the screen where i choose profile comes up. I have 10.04 since they came out,and didn't have any problem except one issue with my belkin adaptor,but now i can't sync my iphone with rhythmbox or detect any flash sticks.
I installed slackware 12.1 from files i downloaded and converted to cd (images). There are six "disks" i downloaded from the slackware site and converted to images via a homemade .cmd in windows xp and then burned using imgburn.
I partitioned my hd (canibalized from an acquaintance's emachine and connected it to my desktop (1G ram, 2Ghz processor). Booted from disk 1 and fomatted the 80G HD for 2 partitions of linuxswapable at 2G apeice and 2 partitions of bootable linux. (Because i want to try another distro later). I ran the setup installing most everything and all seemed to go well. After i exited setup and restarted, it identifed the cd/hd as normal and then went into some sort of recovery mode with the emachine logo call pcangel, after which it tells me.
STOP: c0000021a (fatal system error) The session manager initialization system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc000003a (0x00000000 0x00000000). the system has been shut down. So, is this indeed an xp error message, and if so, why am i getting it after formatting everything?
I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Two days ago I updated using update manager. After that I can not boot Ubuntu. When I trying to boot system showing message " Ubuntu is running in low-graphics mode Your screen, graphics card and input device settings could not be detected correctly. You will need to configure these yourself" But I can not configure it.I can not boot to 'recovery mode' also
fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2 /dev/sda6: clean, 304282/1680960 files, 2964945/6723194 blocks init: Failed to spawn ufw pre-start process: unable to execute: No such file or directory
I booted up my laptop and the boot sequence got stuck at the boot splash screen (plymouth). I did an esc and I saw a failure message, the error I remember in my panic mode is: fsck terminated with status 8
I rebooted, got the same message. Rebooted again and this time, to my relief, it worked.
1) What happened, should I be concerned? Not sure why it worked after 2 reboots.
2) Is there a possibility this could happen again?
3) Are there any boot log files I could look at?
4) Is there anything I can do to fix this? Or a check of some sort?
I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 on a Dell Studio 1535 laptop. No dual boot. The disk is partitioned and I've got my /home folder on the other partition for situations like this.
My desktop using Ubuntu 10.4 (I recently ungraded from 9.04) crashed. That is Ubuntu is not loading. At first I get a Ubuntu icon and count % of cheeking system and before it reaches 50% a linux screen comes up with error messages: Last six lines: Code: mountall: fsck / (9290) terminated with status 4 mountall: Filesystem has errors: / init: mountall main process (9289) terminated with status 3 Mount of filesystem failed. Maintenance shell will now be started. CONTROL-D will termainae this shell and re-try. roo@computername-desktop:"# _ How to revive Ubuntu?
I am currently running this off my laptop with the issue using a bootable flash version of 11.04. hwclock keeps terminating with status 127 on boot everytime tried anything i could come across, and still nothing checked the hard drive as well.
I've just installed Ubuntu 9.10 64bit on my new server and then built a 32bit image. When I try and boot my thin clients I get the following error on VT7:
Code: mount: according to mtab, aufs is already mount on / mountall: mount /  terminated with status 1. mount: according to mtab, none is already mounted on /proc mountall: mount /proc  terminated with status 1. mount: according to mtab, none is already mounted on /sys
I tried to install java runtime in the terminal, and I got to the 'contract acceptance' page, and I couldn't find a way to accept and move forward, so I just closed the Terminal, killing the process. later, I went to the ubuntu software center, and tried to install java runtime using that. the status for the installation remained at 0% and said "waiting for other software managers to quit". so I exited out of software center. then update manager popped up, asking me to update several things, including installing java runtime.so I hit yes, and it said this:E:dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'dpkg --configure-a' to correct the problem
so I ran: sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
I am working on a light version of linux for no particular reason other than to see how small I could make it. I was wondering if INIT was necessary, or if I could perform all of the INIT-related tasks (fsck, unmounting, etc) by hand/bash scripts?
I do not need multi-user functionality (Or much of anything for that matter). I started off with a Gentoo base 2.0.2 Install with kernel 2.6.38.
So when I boot before the boot slpash this shows:ureadahead-other main process (320) terminated with status 5. It started happening completely randomly, is this anything I should be worried about and can I fix it?When I try and run ureadahead I get this:
brandon@brandon-laptop:~$ sudo ureadahead -v /var/lib/ureadahead/pack: No such file or directory ureadahead: Error while tracing: No such file or directory
I have an Acer 9410Z laptop that I believe is running the Maverick Meerkat version of Ubuntu Studio. I just did an upgrade using Synaptic. I get to GRUB, but When I try to boot 2.6.35-22 (or the recovery mode or a real time kernel I had installed )I get the error:
INIT: Failed to spawn ureadahead main process. No such file or directory I then get the Ubuntu Studio splash screen for 2 seconds but then instead of a normal boot I end up in the terminal.
I'm starting to bump into crusty software in Lenny and am looking to upgrade to Squeeze. However, there's no release notes yet and Googling for upgrade directions yields all kinds of variations, some of which talk about "interesting" issue. Thus, my questions:
1. How hard/messy is the Lenny to Squeeze upgrade at this time? 2. Where can I find straightforward, clear directions on how to upgrade?
For quite some time, I just stayed on testing and incrementally upgraded on a regular basis, but stopped after Lenny came out because security support was suspended. Now I'd like to climb back on that train.FWIW, I originally installed Slink in 1999 and haven't reinstalled from scratch since, despite several generations of hardware upgrades.
I don't know if this is the right place to post this but here goes anyway.
System: ASUS Pro50n Laptop Distro: Arch Linux WM/DE: Gnome
I've recently installed Arch linux with the gnome desktop environment, and everything is working fine apart from HAL and DBUS. I'm not sure why this problem is happening and I have no idea about any settings for HAL and DBUS all I know is what it says in the wiki.
The problem I have is that HAL and DBUS fail to start. I have tried /etc/rc.d/hal start and get the message BUSY.. then FAIL. I have tried /etc/rc.d/dbus start and get exactly the same. I have tried restart and that also fails. *EDIT* I have just tried /etc/rc.d/dbus start again without changing a thing and dbus has started successfully but HAL still fails.
The further problem, which I think is related to HAL not starting... possibly... Is that I can't watch DVD's / anything in the DVD drive. I can see it in Places >Computer as "CD/DVD Drive: 3_MEN_IN_ANOTHER_BOAT" but when I click to load it or if I open Totem and try and load it all I get is the error: Unable to mount location: Not Authorized. Is this related to HAL or is this a completely different issue?
*EDIT* fixed the HAL problem, reinstalled xf86-input-evdev package and it seemed to fix the problem. However I am still having a problem with watching DVD's