LXer: Ubuntu 11.10 Will Not Ship With A Classic Gnome Desktop
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 3, 2011
Published at LXer:
As you probably know (if you don't, read the Ubuntu 11.04 beta 1 post again), Ubuntu 11.04 will ship with an option to use the classic Gnome Desktop so Unity is not a must if you don't want to use it. All you have to do to use the Gnome panels is to select the Ubuntu Classic Desktop in the login screen.Well, according to Mark Shuttleworth (see his comment here), there won't be such an option in Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot:
PHP5 will not display errors to the browser in Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 15, 2011
I'm at my wits end. I have a personal apache server with php5 module in it that I have set to host user directories Host/~username. When I introduce any errors to the php file, such as echo "Syntax error; , I get a blank white screen. The error exists in the apache log file in /var/log.
I have found the php.ini file in and found every occurance of "error" in it and set it to "On" or E_ALL depending on what the argument wants. I still get a white screen.
What the hell is going on?
“ALERT /dev/sda1 does not exist dropping to shell” after Ubuntu 10.10 install reboot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 28, 2011
Hi. I am attempting to install Ubuntu 10.10 desktop on a Dell T7500 with two SAS drives in hardware RAID 0. Running from the CD works fine. The install process works fine. I have configured several different filesystems for /, /usr, /home, etc. The problem is that upon reboot after install, during initrd the system complains "ALERT /dev/sda1 does not exist dropping to shell". From within the initramfs shell I am able to mount all partitions successfully. Can anyone tell me what might be wrong or how to diagnose this?
ubuntu 12.04 will not boot properly
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 24, 2013
I am new to ubuntu as I recently started gaining interest in the OS. I recently decided to install Ubuntu server 12.04 on my lenovo ideacentre which had windows 8 pre-installed in it.
I decided to chose to install Ubuntu server 12.04 form a USB drive and continued with the installation perfectly.
It successfully rebooted once after the the "FInish installation" screen from the (U. 12.04) installation process but was not able to connect to the internet , when i pinged www.google.com it gave me an unreachable host error.
Then,I decided to restart the machine using
Then, I was surprised that the machine gave me this message:
Error 1962: no operating system found. Press any key to repeat boot sequence.
Could anyone please guide me to fix this issue.?
I tried reinstalling it but in vain.
Thank you for your time
Can I install AMD proprietary drivers for ATI Radeon HD 3200 in Ubuntu 13.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 27, 2013
Well, the question comes out in the title pretty clear... On the AMD driver website it reads the following:
"Automated installer and Display Drivers for Xorg 6.9 to Xserver 1.12 and Kernel version up to 3.4"
I guess raring ringtail has later versions, but I wonder is there a way to install these drivers anyway...
VMware + Ubuntu Linux NAT will not allow internet access
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 16, 2012
Hello everyone, just last night I came across a weird problem...
Okay well here is my setup...
I have Windows 7 running as my Host OS. I have Ubuntu Linux running as my Guest OS. Now I have pretty much always used NAT as my network setting for VMWare player, yet last night for no reason my internet just stopped working. I did not alter any host/router files or do any kind of network configurations.
So i figured it was just a problem a simple reboot would fix but when I did reboot my computer and ran vmware player again and started linux with NAT my internet was not working.
Now when I would do a ping for google i would get this kind of reply.
ping: unknown host google.com
Now i have no idea what could have caused this, I swear to you all I did not touch anything!
Okay so let me give you some info...
ubuntu lucid will not mount android 2.1 phone storage
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 26, 2010
When I connect my Ubuntu Lucid laptop to my Android 2.1 phone (Samsung Galaxy-S "Captivate"), I see the following in the logs:
Will 64 bit amd ubuntu work with intel processors?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 8, 2009
Ok, thats about it. I was just wondering if 64 bit amd ubuntu 8.04 work with an intel processor? Its a core duo
USB stick will not boot Ubuntu 11.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 1, 2011
I am feeling that I am banging my head against a brick wall and am fearful of enjoying it.
I wish to work with Ubuntu 11.04 but rather than see how it looks from a Live CD my thought was to have the OS on a USB stick. By using the USB my idea was that any changes I wished to make would be saved and could be altered without having to start from scratch when using a Live CD.
I therefore followed the instruction on the Ubuntu download page but have not been able to load 11.04 from the stick.
At the moment I have 2 laptops dual booted. One has windows XP & Lucid the other windows 7 and Lucid. Attempting to load 11.04 on the stick only results in the usual Grub options but there appears to be no option that would permit booting into 11.04.
I have my Boot Sequence set as : Removable, CD/DVD, Hard Drive & finally Network so I really expected that the USB would have been read and actioned.
How can I boot 11.04 from the stick? Where am I going wrong ?
[SOLVED] Ubuntu runs off Live CD but will not boot from hard drive 13.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 7, 2013
I installed Ubuntu a couple days ago. I got it to boot (after tons of trouble), and it seemingly worked fine. However, after troubles with my HDMI (no sound) and presumably my AMD drivers, I decided to install a proprietary driver for AMD Catalyst, which in turn made Ubuntu unusable. To combat this problem, I had Ubuntu delete the old install and reinstall itself. This time, however, I cannot seem to get it to boot correctly. I can boot using the trial from the Live CD, but without the CD I cannot access Ubuntu. I've tried Boot Repair (which for some reason in its *advanced options* section all of the other options were unavailable to me) and restarted -- that didn't work. Next, I tried to reinstall, once again deleting the old Ubuntu, and still had no luck. I thought maybe my Bios settings were screwing it up, but everything is set so the hard drive boots first. I'm not exactly sure what else I should do.
My PC Specs:
HP tower model: h8-1210t
RAM/Memory: 6Gib (5951Mib)
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