I'm trying to install 11.04 and get the error warning in the title. It says "Please correct this from the partitioning menu."How do I do that?I don't see any options for that.Puppy will already boot from that device and has grub installed.
I have been using Ubuntu 9.10 Desktop version for around 1 month then i stoped using after installing windows 7, as I knew that there were the 10.04 version coming. So when it was released i went to torrent download the file and burned it on a cd. After that i insert the cd and use the wubi installer in there as i want to install them side by side. so after installing ubuntu i restarted the system and got into it. After a few minutes it appeared this error message "Not root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu." So i was expecting it to be downloading problems. I went on to ubuntu website requested for a CD and it came today. So i inserted the cd did the same thing again.
Classic partition problem apparently. What do I do? the 11.04 wubi doesn't give a lot of installation options, so i just selected C drive, and gave it 10GB of space. instilled it, and when it goes to the desktop menu, that pop up appears saying No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu
When I tried to install 10.10 'side by side' with 10.04 and OpenArtist for triple booting I get the messageQuote:No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu.I don't have the screen in front of me now but what5 does it want me to do and how do I do it?
im trying to prepare my partitions for fresh installation. The partition manager didnt list anything with an error message that said:Quote:No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu?This is what Gparted displays Quote:
When I get to installation step "Allocate drive space" I get this message, "No root file system is defined. correct this from the partitioning menu." What is the source of this error and what do I need to do to correct it? I don't see a partition menu other than a choice of using the whole drive or a partition? Below are the choices that I have made. Specify partitions manually (advanced) Allocate drive space Choice are device (/dev/sda4) Type ((ext3) size) Mount Point (no choices offered) Size (42088 mb) used (670 mb) boot looder is sda Windows 7 ext3 42088 MB I am installing Ubuntu 10.1 on a seperate partition. Windows 7 is on another partition. The machine is an ASUS A52F Laptop
if this is an error that has already been solved, but I am running Windows 7, and when I finish installing Wubi in Windows, it asks me to reboot. I select Ubuntu and it gives me the error: "No root file system is defined. Please correct this list from the partition menu." I can't get past this error.
I can use Ubuntu from my flash drive, but I want to install it in a partition alongside windows. When I try to do this, I come to an 'allocate drive space' window, but whatever I do I get the error message: 'No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu.' I just don't know what this means, or what to do next. I'm loathe to ditch windows, and I don't want to have to use a flashdrive all the time.
I am trying to install Ubuntu on my laptop and it works fine running from USB but during the install from WUBI I get the error "no root file system is defined". I have followed several other threads where they got the same error but my results do not appear to be the same as theirs in the analyzer script.
I've been using Ubuntu 11.04 from my USB-stick for about 2 weeks now and I really enjoy the OS. So I ran Wubi in windows a couple of times resulting with the same problem after rebooting and showing a error "no root file system is defined" during the finishing stage of the installation.
I did the bootinfoscript and it shows that mounting failed.
Code: Boot Info Script 0.60 from 17 May 2011 ============================= Boot Info Summary: =============================== => Syslinux MBR (4.04 and higher) is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda.
I have installed ubuntu onto a 64 bit Windows 7 machine using Wubi. [Note: I thought that I was downloading 10.10, but the installer said it was 10.04] When Wubi gave be a choice of which drive to install on, I choose my second drive (B) My Windows 7 resides on (C)
The install seemed to take a long time, but I think that was because it was downloading the whole operating system install files. When it was finished downloading it asked me if I wanted to reboot, I selected yes (reboot). Then the boot screen gave me the choice: Windows or Ubuntu. I choose Ubuntu and then I get the error:
"No root File system is defined. correct this from the partitioning menu."
Damn that Ubuntu splash screen was so beautiful and I thought I was home free. I have read a few threads here and other places on line. I have read that I may have to partition the drive. Was my mistake in choosing the B: instead of the C: drive? If I partition can I partition from inside windows using the computer management software it provides? Do I need to partition at all? Or can I just move the installed files to the C: Are the files movable? In the ubuntu directory I see a file: uninstall-wubi.exe. Should I use this and try a reinstall onto the C:
I am running Ubuntu 11. 04 on my 160gb HD, which is making funny noises and could be on its way out. I have in my PC a 500gb HD on which I would like to install 11.04, but, althogh the dis has installed OK on my laptop, and on my 160HD on my desktop, it will not install on my 500gbHD, everytime I try I get the message "no root file system is defined, please correct this from the partitioning menu"
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i installed an old hdd that i had laying around to my new desktop PC SO THAT I COULD USE IT SPECIFICALLY FOR UBUNTU. I FORMATTED IT THEN WENT TO RUN THE UBUNTU SET UP DISK.BUT I GOT THE MESSAGE "NO ROOT SYSTEM DEFINED" WHAT DO I NEED D
I've recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 64bit Desktop onto my 640GB hard drive. I used Wubi to download and install it onto a 100GB drive partitioned out from my 640GB hard. After I reboot and log into Ubuntu, it says that Roof File is Not Defined. The only thing I can do is to force my computer to shut down as so i did. After that I went to the demo mode of Ubuntu 10.04 as I can't do anything on the Normal Mode.
I am trying to install Linux Mint 10 on a newly formatted 40gb hard drive. I have not been able to get the the install program to see my hard drive. The program seems to work well off of the CD. I have checked the md5 sum and it is a good copy of the program. It will be the only operating system on a Athlon64 3200, PC Chips M861g mb combo. I have also tried Ubuntu with similar results.
I'm trying to install Ubuntu build 9.10 on my Macbook Pro. All's fine and and dandy when it comes to partitioning the hard drive on Boot Camp.
However, when installing Ubuntu I get to the Partitioning stage (Step 5 I believe) and when I select the space that I have allocated for Ubuntu (80g) and go to hit forward, the wizard hits me with File System not Defined.
Question is to you guys, do I then have to select that space and edit it with the Change function (if so what do I change), or, do I have to change the way the space is formatted on the OSX side of things.
The partitioned space is hfs if that has anything to do with it?
ive been recently experiencing some problems with my ubuntu studio 9.10 setup, with the filesystem failing to mount. after deciding to try a new hard drive and cable, as well as clean install ubuntu, fedora and now mint, im still finding no filesystem.im using a live cd created for mint (like it ). having clicked install to hard drive, all is well until the partition manager, where all the boxes are greyed out. clicking forward produces a box saying "no root filesystem defined". i see there are a few on here from a few years back and having read through them, cannot find a fix for myself.
Output of my #alias command looks just as normal as one would expect: Code: alias +='pushd .' alias -='popd' alias ..='cd ..' alias ...='cd ../..' .....
And still whenever I (as root) type in bash #ll which would be short for #ls- l i get output of the command #ls -al
So where aliases for root overwritten? Usually I would expect .bashrc in the /root directory. Or at least .alias file. But there none of those in my current /root. So, my question is where root user gets it's aliases from? This concerns only root user. Normal user has .bashrc and I made up my own aliases in .alias and that's works jut fine. And yes I could make .bashrc file in the /root and .aliases where I would define my own things.
i have a M1730 with 2 HD in RAID 0. Windows 7 64bit installed. I tried to install Ubuntu 10.10 with WUBI, all ok the installation in Windows. Restarted the system I have 2 multiboot options with the new Ubuntu... it starts but in graphic mode it tries to finish the installation and stops with an error message like that: "root filesystem not defined...".The problem is the raid0 of my disks or other?
I work for a company that makes portable devices running Linux and I was recently asked to make the underlying file system read-only for "security" purposes. Since the distribution is based on LinuxFromScratch, I know that very little writing happens at run time. So, even if the device runs on a usb flash device, I doubt that putting the root file system RO will be that beneficial. I am actually more concerned about a process actually breaking because it cannot open a file in RW mode than a process going rogue and filling the root file system with log files, etc. I'd really like to ear what kind of advantages disadvantages there really is with read-only file-systems.