Newer hardware, older OS and no software or drivers
location: linux.com - date: August 17, 2012
I know this is not a Linux ?, but I need help please. I rebuilt for a friend a HP PC I had. It orig came with vista, but I only had win xp[ pro to install and he wanted windows. The onboard 6ch audio is not being acknowledged cause xp pro doesn't come with the software or drivers. I have a midi control panel, but it's all gray, I cannot click on anything. If I plug a device into one of the jacks that is recognized and does it's own sound, the panel comes to life only for that individual device. How can I make the onboard audio work with xp pro??
syslinux error: No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 6, 2010
I had a problem with 10.10 and I was mighty frustrated.
So I decided to go on and install 10.04 LTS, because it is LTS...
I created the live USB as directed on the Ubuntu download page. I download Universal USB Installer and it says USB created successfully.
However, when I boot from the USB the error comes up as mentioned in title...
The USB has no problems because I installed 10.10 last time from the very same USB. There's nothing wrong with the procedure because I am following the officially suggested method. Also, nothing wrong with partitions because one instance of Ubuntu is installed and was working fine until I tried to install video drivers (long story)...
Can anyone please look into this and suggest a solution or at least explain the problem to me?
No configuration file found. No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 13, 2013
I tried installing ubuntu with USB bootstick initially not helps.. so i tried installing ubuntu in windows.. Using universal USB installer i installed ubuntu with iso image. once after installation is complete i reboot my system. it shows the above error.. what goes wrong? any fixes?
no default or UI configuration directive found
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 27, 2010
Last week, I made the mistake of trying to update Ubuntu without my netbook being plugged in, and it ran out of power half way through the update and now my computer wont boot.
So now I'm trying to reinstall Ubuntu. I made the flash drive, formatted it to FAT32 or whatever, and set my BIOS to boot off of USB.
But shortly after turning my computer on it gives me the error, "no default or UI configuration directive found."
The flash drive is made by Kingston.
My netbook is http://www.officedepot.com/a/product...NR-XP-Edition/
Thanks in advance for any help
EDIT: I found the answer in this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...+configuration
I just had to rename a folder on the flash drive.
EDD:Error 8000 reading sector 330958 No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 15, 2013
I am try to install ubuntu 12.04 i386 server.
but am running into some problems.
i am try to install on a SuperMicro SuperServer6022P-6.
it has 3 hard drives in it (2 and 3 are the same kind)
1. HITACHI 36 gb
2. IBM 18.4 gb
3.IBM 18.4 gb
it also has Adaptec Raid Controller (asr - 2000s /48 mb).
If you need more info just let me know.
i am try to install ubuntu 12.04 i386 from a live boot cd.
i downloaded ubuntu from their web site and burn the iso image to the disc i want to use.
then i place it in the supermicro compact disc slot.
i then boot up the supermicro and it just go to a black screen with the flashing curser and then it give me an ERROR (EDD:Error 8000 reading sector 330958 No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!)
and then it sits on a black screen with the word boot: and a flashing curser after it.
not sure on what to do here.
any help would be great.
Thanks Every One!
no rpm or yum installed want them both!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 17, 2009
Hi, I haven't got rpm or yum installed for some reason. I think I need rpm before I could get yum to work anyhow (?). apt-get always fails to find rpm or yum. The synaptic package manager fails too. I try downloading the tar.gz files but they always fail at the make stage. Is my only option to try and get hold of the installation disks again? Thanks for any help!
Dual boot Dual hdds, Download of ubuntu 10.1, no vista or dual boot
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 24, 2010
Had a perfectly working dual boot two harddrive vista,ubuntu 9.1 system. The DOWNLOAD of ubuntu 10.10 installed itself to both hdds and over vista and no dual boot. I didn't install 10.10, it did.
after reinstalling windows vista first and ubuntu 10.10 second how do I edit grub correctly to dual boot? Thanks for your consideration.
Java No JVM or JRE found
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 23, 2013
I'm new to Ubuntu and I thought that Java would be a good thing have. So I tried installing it. (Using Terminal). Then "java -version" worked so I thought I'd better try Minecraft. It didn't work. Grr. Came up with this error message:
No JVM could be found on your system. Please define EXE4J_JAVA_HOME to point to an installed 32-bit JDK or JRE or download JRE from www.java.com.
Then I tried a Java applet: http://mainline.brynmawr.edu/Courses...ey/Smiley.html. And guess what? It works.
What do I do?
Ubuntu Intrepid no keyboard or touchpad after suspend
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2009
I know this topic has come up many times, but I've done some digging and I think I've narrowed down the problem and have an idea where to begin, but my scripting skills aren't up to the task. But first, some background.
I recently got a Compaq Evo N1000v laptop and the first thing I did was install Ubuntu. Almost everything works properly and I'm very pleased, but I'd like to fix the remaining issues it has to make it a perfect OS - specifically, I have issues with WPA wireless and suspend/hibernate. I'll save the wireless for another thread.
At first, whenever I tried to suspend or hibernate I'd get a black terminal screen with a flashing cursor and it would take a hard reset to get the computer back to a working state. I tried a few things mentioned in the forums - I made a few minor additions to xorg.conf and acpi-support and installed Ubuntu Tweak and checked the box to stop network manager on suspend or resume, but nothing worked. I finally disconnected my wireless card - a
OS X firewall? No telnet or ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 30, 2005
Hello all. I am having trouble with my G4 running OS X 10.3.8. I cannot ssh or telnet or send/recieve mail from this box to my server (which does NAT for this box). I can ping the server, and internet connectivity is working fine. I can also ssh to other boxes on the internal network from this box, just not the server. The strangest thing is when I used nmap to scan the server from this apple box:
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