Problems with booting (Ubuntu 13.10 on Sony Vaio Pro 13)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 23, 2013
I've been working for two days now without really arriving anywhere which is starting to get really frustrating. The problem is that I've just got my Sony Vaio Pro 13 that I hoped to use for my studies. But unfortunately I can't use it for anything right now as neither Ubuntu 13.10 or Linux Mint 15 will boot on this machine.
I've disabled secure boot and switched to Legacy mode as well as disabled Intel(R) AT Support System. The whole disk is formated into msdos and gpt. I've also tried with UEFI and gpt, and all other combinations, but still get the same result. I've also tried Installation and running my live-USB for both distros works like a charm without any problems. The problems start when the system is restarted, and tries to boot. I've run boot-repair which makes me able to boot into the operating system very slowly after minutes of booting. But when I'm starting my system for the second time after rebooting I run into this screen: http://i41.tinypic.com/29z
Microphone not working Sony Vaio Pro 13 Ubuntu 13.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 4, 2013
Have had great success so far running Ubuntu 13.10 on the Sony Vaio Pro 13 Haswell based laptop. Almost everything works great out of the box. The only component I've noticed an issue with thus far is the microphone. Currently on kernel 3.11rc7. Alsamixer, the system sound preference, and pavucontrol all show both a microphone (which I believe is input through the headphone jack) and an internal microphone. It's the internal mic I'm interested in using for quick skype calls or hangouts. Selecting the internal mic with pavucontrol and playing with the level settings in alsamixer hasn't made any difference. This issue has been noted running Arch linux as well, detailed here. Any ideas how to proceed? Perhaps this is a kernel related issue I should be reporting. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Sony Vaio Pro 13 Dual Boot Ubuntu 13.10 + Win8 Grub2 hangs on initrd
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 20, 2013
This is my first thread here and I've solved many problems with the threads stored here.
But this time, I have a problem, which I can't solve following suggestions in threads of ubuntuforums.
I bought a Sony Vaio Pro 13 (SVP1321C5E) last week with Win8 pre-installed.
It has an EFI partition on it and a pre-installed Win8 partition, as well as a recovery partition and a SonyCare partition (it's like the recovery of the recovery partition)
I wanted to install ubuntu 13.10 alongside my Win8 (I want to keep it because my laptop is too new for Win7 since there are no drivers available for particular built-in hardware)
With a ubuntu bootstick I tried to install Ubuntu 13.10 alongside Win8, but did not succeed, because this option was not available, maybe there is a little mixup between MBR and GPT and it can not find the installed Win8 partition.
So I installed it by clicking "Something else", using the previously freed space by shrinking the Win8 partition.
Problems with my Ubuntu 9.10 Server and Cable modem Motorola Surfboard
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2011
Hello, I have a server which has 3 network adapters. 2 internal or local network and 1 connected to a cable modem Motorola Surfboard provided by my ISP.
The network adapters are all RTL8168b/8111b and are using driver r8169 (2.3LK-NAPI). The system is running a custom kernel 2.6.39 and of course everything works, but once in 2-3-4-5 or even more days the connection between my network adapter connected to the cable modem fully dies, without any error.
Normally you can connect to the cable modem using an ip address 192.168.100.1, but when the connection dies between the network adapter and modem, this ip can't be reached anymore even if the network cable is fine and everything theoretically should work.
The fix in a case like this is to fully reboot the server, nothing works, restart dhclient, the network, putting eth0 (the network adapter connect to the modem) and brining it up again doesnt do anything.
This issue it's happening for at least 6 month and my ISP says it's my f
HOWTO: Sony Vaio Pro 13 DualBoot (Win 8 + Ubuntu Trusty 14.04) SecureBoot Wifi LVM
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 3, 2014
These are the steeps I followed to do a clean dual boot between Windows 8 and Ubuntu 14.04 in a Vaio Pro 13 without disable SecureBoot... It may work with Windows 8.1 and other Vaio models...
Check that UEFI and SecureBoot are enabled:
Shutdown your VaioTurn Vaio on using the ASSIST buttonEnter to BIOS advanced settings
Boot --> Boot Mode --> UEFISecurity --> Secure Boot --> EnabledPrepare Windows:
Desfragment your hard driveShrink your Windows partition
Open Windows ExplorerRight click on Computer --> ManageStorage --> Disk ManagementRight click on (C --> Shrink volumeResize the Windows partition according to your needsInstall Ubuntu:
Shutdown WindowsInsert the Ubuntu bootable USBTurn Vaio on using the ASSIST buttonSelect Boot from external driveSelect "Try Ubuntu without installing"Run the Ubuntu installer in the desktop:
When you hit the the partitioning section select "Something Else": (Check the NOTE at the end if you want to setup fu
Sony Vaio Pro 13 Ubuntu Installation Alongside Windows 8 Trouble
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 4, 2013
I have the notebook Sony Vaio Pro 13 SVP1321X9R with 128GB SSD and preinstalled Windows 8. The default BIOS mode is EFI. I need dual boot system (Windows and Ubuntu). According to several recommendations (this one and this one) I have switched BIOS mode to the Legacy. Next Ubuntu has been installed normally from USB flash. But while direct boot (without external device) I've got Operation System Not Found. Next I have used bootinfoscript utility according this thread. So the dump is below. Dear experts please help to bring the dual boot system up! It is too much important for me. Thanks before.
Boot Info Script 0.61 [1 April 2012]
============================= Boot Info Summary: ===============================
=> Grub2 (v1.99) is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda and looks at sector
149450752 of the same hard drive for core.img. core.img is at this
location and looks in partition 94 for .
=> Syslinux MBR (4.04 and higher) is installed
problems with https Ubuntu 11.10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 13, 2012
I've got problem with setting up https on Ubuntu 11.10. I followed procedure presented at:
When I restart apache2 I get, only, warnings that the server cannot resolve name. But port 80 (http) works. But when I try to enter https://my.domain.name I get "Exeeded time of connection". Is this the issue with firewall?. Perhaps with certificate (snakeoil)?. I have no idea what else I could do.
Thank You for answer,
No xserver on Sony Vaio Pro 13
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 17, 2013
On a week old Vaio (svp132a1cm) I managed to install Kubuntu 13.04 alongside Windows 8 (disabling secure boot, setting the bios to legacy and running boot-repair after the install).
Grub works, it starts Windows and it starts Linux though not without editing the entry. I have to delete the gfxmode entry and add nomodeset as a kernel parameter. Otherwise Linux stops booting with the message
fb conflicting fb hw usage inteldrmfb vs efi vga - removing generic driver
But the edited entry only offers a login on the standard ttys, the xserver doesn't start.
When I compare the X.org logfile of the installed system and the one on the install stick I fiind that this line
config/udev: Adding drm device (/dev/dri/card0)
is missing on the installed system. In fact there isn't even a directory /dev/dri
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Haswell-ULT Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])
Solid blue screen after login...Ubuntu upgrade on Sony Vaio with NO Windows!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 6, 2012
Ok, so I just got this new-old computer from an auction site and it has no Windows. Ubuntu is the only OS on this thing...no windows whatsoever. Anyway, so it was working great until an upgrade pops up...no big deal right? WRONG!!!!!
Damn thing failed and now I get a blue screen of nothing when I log in. Just blue with nothing on it, nothing to click, no error messages... It seems that the Ubuntu console disappeared. It also changed my login box and text colors so its damn near impossible to see...white on white. Not sure what happened but I am one sad Ubuntu noobie!!!!
Whats worse, I have no backup anything. You may pelt me with stones now, I deserve it...I guess I wasnt thinking. And now, I have no clue what to do at all...totally in this over my head. Can anyone give me a simple solution? I dont really know if data is lost or if I just am unable to see it.
Tried downloading a new copy of Ubuntu onto a disk...yeah, nice that they crammed like 10kb extra data an
dual booting ubuntu 5.10 with xp pro
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 20, 2005
Has anyone else had problems dual booting Ubuntu 5.10 with XP professional? I started by installing XP on a partition that took about half of the harddrive and left free space. XP worked after that. Then I installed Ubuntu 5.10. There were 2 options when installing Ubuntu 5.10. They were to use the entire drive and the other was to use the largest amount of continuous free space. I choose to use the largest amount of continuous free space. After that, Ubuntu would boot, but XP would not work anymore. There was a blue screen when I choose XP, and a message that said unable to mount. I was installing XP first and then Linux. Is it better to install Linux first, then XP?
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