Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD Freezes
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 3, 2010
Iím having an issue with getting the Ubuntu 10.04 live CD to even load. Iíve downloaded the ISO twice and burned one ISO on CD and second on DVD, and still hangs on loading the live CD and makes my laptop ďCaps LockĒ light flash on and off. I currently have Fedora 13 loaded with no issues. I would like to install Ubuntu 10.04 on the other partition but canít. Any ideas why?
My Laptop is a Compaq M2000.
Customized ubuntu live CD.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 20, 2007
How can one make a customized ubuntu live CD? I'd like to make a Customized Ubuntu 7.10 live CD with all the updates to already installed software and then with the codecses I use. Is there a way to do this?
remastersys live cd
location: linux.com - date: February 15, 2011
I want to add files to the live cd. I use distcdfs because backup errors out because i have too much data on dive. I have the modify set to exclude everything but what I want. when i add my files in the /home/user/myfiles they do not transfer to the live cd? I'm using the gui so what I'm I doing wrong?
Fix for making bootable Ubuntu Live USB with persistence using Unetbootin on a Mac
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 18, 2013
I have been spending a lot of time recently trying to make an Ubuntu Live USB with persistence that will boot on a Mac.
Persistence is worthwhile having, at least in my case as my wifi does not work "out of the box" so without persistence any driver and firmware that I install once booted to the live desktop would become lost once the system is rebooted. I can obviously have things like Bookmarks for important sites retained too.
I would make the USB with Unetbootin but at the end of the process it would report that this USB would not boot on a Mac. On trying to boot it it would always give either a "Boot error" message or "this is not a bootable disc..........." error.
Most of the information I needed was already available (thanks to Christopher Friedt and others) but it just wouldn't quite work for me. It seemed I was missing a step or something. It seems I was.
Apparently Unetbootin fails to write Syslinux to the MBR of the flash drive (or not corre
Live usb ubuntu panic
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 23, 2013
I just made an live usb (ubuntu 12.04 32bit)
with LiLi and get kernel panic.
thx for help
Crashes:ubuntu 13.04 live usb
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 15, 2013
HEY I HAVE BEEN USING UBUNTU 13.04 WITH LIVE USB FOR THE PAST 30MIN, and my laptop acer aspire 4752,2gb ram and my sytstem HANGED 3 times so i had to force shut down .
Now instead of hanging it CRASHES with a BLACK screen and some highly non-understanble TEXT , i dont know what to do ,it had happened 2times . I was about to wipe my system and install only ubuntu, so is this the problem with live usb or the OS ..? or my system..? please help Attachment 243902Attachment 243898Attachment 243899Attachment 243904Attachment 243903Attachment 243905
I HAVE NOTICED THAT THIS HAPPENS ONLY WHEN I RUN WIFIRADAR OR AIRMON-NG , my wifi has got a problem:it doesnt show any networks although its enabled
Live USB stopped working...HELP :)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 13, 2013
I had 13.04 32bit running great on a Sandisk Extreme USB 3.0 64gb stick.
For the most part I use it on a Toshiba Portege laptop but sometimes on various desktops as well.
I set the usb drive up with unetbootin, I split the drive into roughly two 30gb partitions following this thread http://www.howtogeek.com/97177/how-t...hout-the-mess/ so that I could use it as a thumb-drive as well.
I also partitioned the Live install section following this thread https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent so that I would have a larger persistence drive.
I also bypassed the unetbootin install or run screen following this thread http://askubuntu.com/questions/47522...ve-session-wit
All of this worked great and I was a bit proud of myself as I am relatively new to Linux and well... I had a nice USB thumb drive that worked great for standard file storage and swapping, plus a killer install of Ubuntu that ran VERY fast, loaded right up to the sign in desktop and functioned perfectly!
Unable to boot from live usb on a mac
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 27, 2013
I'm trying to dual boot ubuntu with snow leopard on a macbook. I've created a live usb(s) using the dd command and unetbootin and I have rEFIt installed. When i try to boot and choose the usb i get a black screen reading "Missing operating system". Could someone help me?
[SOLVED] ASUS x501a How to boot Ubuntu live usb stick
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 29, 2013
I bought an ASUS x501a laptop in March 2013.
It has no optical drive.
It has American Megatrends bios.
It has Windoz 8.
I want Linux.
I have a Kingston DataTraverler usb stick.
I tried to get the bios to recognize usb hdd (usb stick) - nogo.
A BestBuy guy showed me what to do.
And I pass this info on to you.
Make a bootable usb stick. Mine has Ubuntu 12.10.
Insert your bootable usb stick into PC.
Log into Windoz 8.
Select the following:
On the right side I scroll down to Advanced startup and select Restart now.
(The following may differ if you are using a different PC brand or model.)
Use a device - Use a USB drive, network connection, or Windows recovery DVD.
Use a device, UEFI: Kingston DataTraverler 109PMAP
GNU GRUB appears with 4 selections.
1. Try Ubuntu without installing.
2. Install Ubuntu
3. OEM install (for manufacturers)
4. Check disc for defects
I selected the first one
and it WORKED.
This is a bit
Live usb wont boot (usb 3.0)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 17, 2013
I have a Ubuntu live usb .. and have set usb as the first device
When I try to boot . all I see is a black screen with a cursor blinking forever. When remove the USB drive . I get a Operating system load error on the black screen and then windows loads.
I tried installing Suse Linux . after I was unable to install Ubuntu 12.10 64-bit. Suse Linux had exactly the same fate. Black screen with blinking cursor.
1)Right now my bios is in legacy mode. Also my windows sysinfo32 shows secure boot as unsupported.
2)I am using windows 8 ( though my computer has bios in legacy mode)
3)the usb drive I am using is a usb 3.0 drive formatted as fat32 . I used universal boot installer and then unetbootin to write the iso to usb.
Where can I be going wrong . Both Ubuntu and suse Linux do no boot ??
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