How to enable Joliet file system support?
location: linux.com - date: May 13, 2011
Ok, I`m fairly new to linux having been a Windows user for as long as there has been a windows operating system around and DOS before that even. My problem is that like a great many Windows users I have a large collection of burned CD`s & DVD`s that use the Joliet file system. But apparently the distro of Linux I`m using now (Kubuntu 10.10 32 bit) does not have support for reading the Joliet file system enabled by default and I don`t know how to enable it. So here I am asking if anyone knows how to enable it? I`m well aware that I could make an ISO image of the discs in question and then mount them as the various mounting utilities all seem to support reading the Joliet file system, but this isn`t really a viable solution since I have a few hundred discs now in my collection from my pre-Linux days and in terms of disk space this would pretty much fill my entire hard drive and then some if I were to take this approach. What I really need is to just be able to put the disc into
How to fix: error:unknown file system grub rescue?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 24, 2012
Hi i new in this, a have install for first time lubuntu 11.04 it was OK but, in win xp i format H: disc, it was empty. Then when i turn computer on these message appears: Verifying DMI Pool Data Boot from cd: error:unknown file system grub rescue. How to fix this problem, please help???
error: unknown file system. grub rescue > error! help please!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 29, 2011
i was dual booting win7 and ubuntu 11.04. i deleted the ubuntu partition because i wanted to completely wipe and reinstall ubuntu...but when i try to restart, it only says
error: unknown filesystem
i don't know what this means..(i'm sorry i'm new to linux). i tried getting the liveCD for ubuntu on a USB and booting from that but i get the same error
what do i do??
i don't care if i lost all my ubuntu partition data. I have it all backed up
[SOLVED] How to mount readonly file system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 1, 2011
I have a disk that came from an external drive which was dropped and doesn't mount when connected via USB. I removed the drive and connected it to a Windows PC which reports a GPT protected partition that can not be mounted. I therefore assume it was formatted in another OS.
I mounted it on a Linux Mint system and the disk is now readable. Some files/folders can be copied off the disk but most not. Some files can be opened on the original disk but still not copied to another device.
When I open a folder I see a cross in the bottom right corner of the folders I want to copy. I can then right click on and open as administrator and a new windows appears (with a red background). From there I can open a document - to read a .PDF for example, but when I try to drag it to a new location I get the error message "Error while copying. The file <name here> cannot be handled because you do not have permissions to read it".
If I right click on a file and select properties
unable to find a medium containing a live file system.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 4, 2012
I'm using an old VAIO laptop PCG-Z505GA (Pentium III 700MHz - 128MB of RAM) with an external ATAPI CD-ROM drive an no UBS boot option on BIOS! I have tried to install a couple of Ubuntu based GNU/Linux Distributions (Ubuntu, Lubuntu, Peppermint and Debian) by booting from CDs.
It boots correctly but when I select "try without installing" or "install" or "Check for Disk integrity" it says:
stdin: error 0
/init: line 7: can't open /dev/sdb: No medium found
/init: line 7: can't open /dev/sdb: No medium found
uable to open '/dev/zram0'
repeatedly while the read light on the CD-ROM drive is off and it doesn't try to read anything from the CD. (it doesn't blink even once!)
then after a while:
(initramfs) unable to find a medium containing a live file system.
I know the problem is not from the CD itself or the integrity or burning issues stuff, cause I've tried lots of CDs, in different Ubuntu based distros burnt on low speed.
"Unable to find medium with live File System" error in Ubuntu Installation.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 1, 2009
I had been trying to install Ubuntu 9.10 after formatting my machine. When i select install of the welcome screen, the logo blinks for few minutes and then displays a error as
(initramfs) unable to find medium containing a live file system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 27, 2011
i have a problem while installing ubuntu 10.10 in my computer,this condition while begin to install ubuntu .. the output detail is
Ubuntu Install [Errno 30] Readonly file system: '/target/bin'.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 1, 2012
I'm having real issues installing 11.10. I have computer I built a few years back where I had Windows Vista installed. I have decided to ditch windows and install Ubuntu. I have Ubuntu installed on my computer at work and enjoy it. However, I have had no luck installing Ubuntu on my home computer. The details of my system are.
Motherboard: Xfx nForce 680i LT SLI
CPU: Intel E4500 2.2 GHz
HDD: Seagate 400 gb
Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8800 GT
I first installed Ubuntu along side Vista and it worked great. I had a dual boot where I could load Vista or Ubuntu. This leads me to believe that my computer has no issues with Ubuntu. It even recognized my video card.
Now came the nightmare. I tried to install Ubuntu on the computer and wipe everything off. I keep getting the following error.
[Errno 30] Read-only file system: '/target/bin'. Curiously I can install Windows XP to this HDD with no issues. I have tried
Updated my bios from Xfx.Used SeaTools and confirm
mounting root file system at boot: error w/ fstab (not fdisk)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 8, 2011
I recently installed a Oneiric based Linux distro. It booted fine until I changed my fstab. I altered my fstab so I could access my ntfs and other Linux partitions. Now when I boot in recovery mode, it hangs after 2 or 3 seconds with this message:
/var/log file system and monitoring health of system
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 28, 2011
I'm trying to understand how to monitor health of redhat system.
I know the follwoing :
/var/log/messages ---> error messages related system and its services
/var/log/boot ---> init error messages
/var/log/dmesg ---> boot error messages
1. So if I want to seee whether some disk have I/O errors I read /var/log/dmesg ?
2. It depends whether a service is configured to use syslog or not by using 'logger'cmd or syslog API ?
3. What is 'dmesg' cmd for ? Is'nt the same as /var/log/dmesg ?
thx forl help
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