error during Ubuntu install, now says "Missing Operating System"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 10, 2007
I had windows xp, my little gem. I had used Ubuntu off the disk demo and decided i should try and install it on along with my XP. So i went into Partition Magic and resized my Windows partition to leave about 7 GB of free space. Everything worked great, just had 7 GB missing from my C:\. Then I proceeded to install Ubuntu. I chose Guided that resized a partition. Since I did not need to resize it, but I wanted to keep it I went ahead and made it 100%. Hit next, next, users and info from XP,next okay. It started installing,and I went on Firefox. at about 70% an error came up saying there is not enough memory in the hard drive. I was shocked as I allocated about 7GB of free space. then the installation just stopped. it simply closed and I was left with my firefox window,the disk stopped spinning. I though cool, it's over, so I logged out and tried to log back in into the user I made. Didn't work. Then I shut down Ubuntu and turned the computer on again. The Lenovo/Thinkpad thing came up,
Uninstalling Ubuntu from MSI Wind U100 lead to grub loader error 22 + MBR missing
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 4, 2010
I'm not completely sure if this is the first time a noob (ie.me) screwing up a perfectly fine Netbook with idiocy. But here it goes..
I've recently uninstalled the ubuntu from my MSI Wind U100 Netbook;
The way I did it was by using the gparted from live"CD" of the ubuntu(which really wasn't a cd but a USB boot). I basically deleted all the linux partition from the drive (an Ubuntu partition and another linux related partition that seemed unrelated in running XP)
problem rose immediately after rebooting the system.
I was encountered with grub loader error 22.
after few minutes of googling, it seemed like grub was residing somewhere inside my hard drive and was being loaded first to find ubuntu that was no longer there.
My first attempt was to reinstall ubuntu using the live"CD" (again, a USB bootable as I have no external CDROM drive for my netbook)
This successfully bypassed the grub loader error and encountered another error: "M
aptget dpkg error: files list file ... missing final newline
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 28, 2004
I think I screwed up my debian sarge on my laptop somehow - trying to install *anything* via apt-get results in:
[SOLVED] missing repositories when trying to install/update packages, error from mintInstall
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 19, 2012
I recently tried to do some updates/installs and am getting some missing repository messages with a 404 error. Some googling pointed me to a different sources.list, but the ones I have tried end up giving me some 404 errors as well. Now mintInstall gives the following error on refresh:
"The data used by mintInstall is corrupted or out of date. Click on refresh to fix the problem : no element found: line 1, column 0"
Any assistance with getting an updated sources.list and fixing this error would be greatly appreciated.
[SOLVED] "missing kernel .config file" error while compiling linux source code for android
- date: March 18, 2011
I am compiling linux source code for android emulator. I did all the prerequisites. I extracted the .config file from the android emulator(1.5) with following commands
$adb pull /proc/config.gz . # get compressed .config file from the emulator.
$gunzip config.gz # uncompress it.
$cp config .config # rename it into .config
And now the config file is in my /android-sdk-linux_x86/tools directory. I have modified it according to my needs. Now when i try to make(for building and cross-compiling the linux source) i get the following error.
:~# cd common
:~/common# ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=/home/preetam/mydroid/prebuilt/linux-x86/toolchain/arm-eabi-4.4.0/bin/arm-eabi- make
scripts/basic/fixdep.c: In function ‘traps’:
scripts/basic/fixdep.c:377: warning: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules
scripts/basic/fixdep.c:379: warning: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rule
[SOLVED] Fedora Live USB Creator Question: Error comes up: "Missing Operating System"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 19, 2009
OK, I don't know if this is the right part of the forum, but I'm new so I'll try to do this right. The Problem:
I have already ran Fedora Live USB Creator and that is supposed to mean I have Fedora Linux on my USB Drive. It is a 4GB PNY Mini Attache. So when I reboot my computer and click F10 (My key for BOOT Settings) I have the option to choose the USB to boot from. I do that, but an error message comes up saying "Operating System Not Found Operating System Not Found Missing Operating System". Also, when I try F2 (My Key for BIOS Settings) I go there and try to get to the USB Thing but when I click enter on it nothing happens, same goes when I try the other boot options. Please help!
Thanks again, FedoraLinuxLover!
"NTLDR is missing" error when booting Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS from USB
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 26, 2013
Hello! I am having an issue that I hope I can describe accurately. I have had Ubuntu 11.04 for many years (so my experience with upgrading/installing Ubuntu is quite limited), and am now trying to do a fresh install of 12.04.2 LTS (32 bit). When I try to boot the installation from my USB drive, I get the error "NTLDR is missing. Press ctrl+alt+delete to restart" and am unable to proceed. From what I have just read, NTLDR is a loader for Windows NT, so I have no idea why I would be getting such an error while trying to install Ubuntu ... I've never had Windows NT on this laptop (was Vista before Ubuntu). Here's what I did .... -- Erased existing files on my 8bg USB drive -- Downloaded source disc image "ubuntu-12.04.2-desktop-i386.iso" from Ubuntu -- Used Startup Disk Creator to put the boot file on my USB drive, got a message that the installation was complete and I can now run Ubuntu by booting with USB device inserted -- Restarted computer with
GStreamer Error: Gstreamer encountered a general stream error (not all flacs)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 29, 2011
I was trying to convert a flac audio to mp3 using soundconverter & its failing with the error:
GStreamer error: Gstreamer encountered a general stream error.
I should note that the flac is a rip of an actual Mono Vinyl disc. Am not exactly sure how that was done but I was interested in converting some those files to ogg & mp3. OGG conversion doesn't give any error.
Below is the result when launching soundconverter from the terminal & trying to convert the flac file(s) to mp3 (i just tried ogg to mp3 & the same error occurs):
using Gstreamer version: 0.10.28, Python binding version: 0.10.18
using 2 thread(s)
Queue done in 0s
Queue done in 0s
Queue done in 0s
hope you could help me figure this out ;D
GStreamer encountered a general stream error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 20, 2010
I am using Totem Movie Player 2.30.2 and it has been working fine but suddenly it can't play anything and I get this error:
"GStreamer encountered a general stream error"
I tried playing the same movie with VLC Media Player and it says:
"The AVI file is broken. Seeking will not work correctly. Do you want to fix it?"
The problem is not the file - none of my files play in either program.
A GStreamer error has occured in Jokosher
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 4, 2010
Every time I try to record something in Jokosher I get this error message: "The stream is in the wrong format.
gstbasesrc.c(2522): gst_base_src_start (): /GstPipeline:timeline/GstBinlaybackbin/GstBin:Click_Track_Bin/GstAudioTestSrc:Click_Track_AudioSource:
Check your filtered caps, if any"
I'm using Linux Mint 7 Standard. I'm trying to set Jokosher up to work with Jack. Can anyone point me in a general direction toward getting this resolved? I'm really lost on this one.
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