Ubuntu 11.04 amd64 on intel Mac Mini
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 14, 2011
well i have an intell mac mini and i had ubuntu 11.04 32 bit running on it just fine but now i want 64 bit so i made an install disk but when i boot to it i get my grub list of try ubuntu, install, or check if disk is bad. well heres my problem, i try every one of them and they dont work, i think its the try ubuntu that just leaves a blinking underascore on the screen but the other 2 leave a black screen, can anyone help me???
Bizarre Ubuntu 13.04 amd64 USB install issues making it unusable
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 27, 2013
I dual-boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu, and decided to upgrade 12.04 to 13.04 "Raring Ringtail". I had a 2GB USB stick but no DVD-R so I opted to use the USB installer provided at pendrivelinux.com as recommended by ubuntu.com after downloading the 13.04 amd64 ISO from the Ubuntu site. I decided to do the overwrite method built into the pendrive instead of upgrading my 12.04 since my 12.04 had some file issues that I didn't want to possibly inherit. I also didn't want to as a novice fiddle with the partitioning and whatnot, and with the pendrive installation I didn't have to.
Anyway, the pendrive seemed to install Ringtail fine, but at the point after installation where it said I have to restart the computer, some weird stuff happened. For one, the boot order said Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04, NOT 13.04. When I tried to boot Ubuntu it had some "missing modules" and "does not exist" warnings, even though I checked the pendrive disc for errors and it said it wa
Making a bootable CDRW image of Ubuntu 12.04 AMD64
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 13, 2013
I've recently attempted to downgrade an old laptop on the 11th of May.
The downgrade would have consisted of Windows 7 Home Premium x64 to Windows Vista Ultimate x86.
I was more accustomed to Vista since my first Desktop computer was an E-Machines T3612 that is now almost 6 years old.
As soon as I noticed that my system can't operate with a 32-bit operating system, I reformatted the SATA HDD for future purpose.
So there's no GUI for me to work with, and I have access to both a 4 GB and a 16 GB flashdrive with a 4 GB MicroSD Card that comes with a MicroSD to SD Converter.
The system I am wanting to install the 64-Bit version of Ubuntu on is a Sony VAIO VGN-NW270F.
I do not own the Windows 7 Home Premium DVD, since the laptop was a gift from someone I was dating in 2012.
I was experiencing severe performance issues despite my countless attempts to find a prominent resolution.
I have almost no experience with the UNIX interface, and that's why I am preferring Ubuntu above the othe
Cannot run ubuntu 13.04 amd64 beta 2 from usb
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2013
I just bought a sony laptop with preinstalled windows 8 in UEFI (Secure boot is enable). I want to try out Ubuntu 13.04 amd 64 beta 2 so I use Usb universal to create a live usb but I cannot boot from it. When I boot from usb, a list of action display and I choose "Try Ubuntu without installing" but it just display blank screen forever. What should I do now to make my usb bootable. Thank u very much.
Screen tearing in Ubuntu 12.04(amd64) AMD Radeon 6410d
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 1, 2012
I have found that when I am browsing the web (in Firefox or Chrome), I have this screen tearing issue. It is also visible on Youtube, Vimeo and other video site videos(flash and html5, little to none in flash). I can notice it the most on html5 videos. I have the AMD Radeon proprietary drivers installed(using Additional Drivers). My video card is AMD Radeon 6410D, processor - AMD A4-3400 APU. I am running the 64-bit version of Ubuntu and do not mind having to reinstall. (I don't know if this will help but this computer also runs Windows and I have not experienced this problem with Windows. A CD came with windows drivers for the APU).
EDIT: This also happens when I watch videos offline on media players such as VLC and Totem.
[SOLVED] [LFS 7.4] Sanity check error Ubuntu 13.04 amd64
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 11, 2013
just after i completed the installation of Glibc at chapter 5.7 when i run the sanity check for basic function i came up woth this error-
Running Ubuntu 10.04 AMD64 server edition on I686 Machine
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 30, 2010
I have a 32-Bit Ubuntu 10.04 desktop installation. I also have on it, Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0.0. I downloaded Ubuntu 10.04 Server edition 64-Bit. I read somwhere that VirtualBox needed 64-bit to run, which is why i did that. The problem is that when i boot the downloaded iso, it says i need a 64-Bit machine to run. (Not VirtualBox, Ubuntu Server says it needs and AMD64 processor to run.)
How do i Virtualize an AMD64 Processor on and I686 PC with VirtualBox? or, do i need some other software to do this?
It took forever to just download the iso I already have and, i would like to have it work.
Thanks for the help.
“No Root File System Detected” error while using Wubi to install Ubuntu 14.04 AMD64
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 7, 2014
I'm trying to install Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit version) on my laptop which already has Windows 7 preinstalled. Wubi installer worked fine till reboot. On my reboot to complete the installation I'm getting an error saying "No root file system detected. Correct it in your partition tables"...
Very slow network after install of Ubuntu 14.04 amd64
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 13, 2014
My specs for the Asus X54C are below. After the upgrade the download speeds are very slow compared to other devices I have.
Intel Pentium 2.20GHz64 bit4GB MemoryAtheros AR8151 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.20)
It is a dual boot Ubuntu 14.04 & Win7.
Using this site to measure download speed: http://www.bandwidthplace.com/
Win7 reports download speeds in the 5 to 6 Mbps rangeMy Nexus 7 (original) reports in the 6 to 10 MbpsUbuntu 14.04 reports speeds of 0.1 Mbps, which is 50 to 60 times slower than Win7 on same box.My old Acer netbook running Ubuntu 12.04 reports speeds around 5 Mbps
All this seems to point the finger at Ubuntu 14.04.
Wine doesn't install on Ubuntu 14.04 amd64 dependencies problem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 3, 2014
Short version: after upgrading Ubuntu 12.04 -> Ubuntu 14.04 Wine 1.6 disapeared. After deleting obsolete PPAs, removing i386 architecture, trying to locate and remove old Wine's dependencies and packages, I still can't install it.
Longer version (commands and output) below.
I would appreciate hints on how to handle it; I started with information from
for no avail. Thanks.
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
(no errors reported)
$ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
$ sudo apt-get install wine1.6Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may
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