Ubuntu server kernel error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 18, 2012
I get this when I check my logs. Can anyone point me in the direction to troubleshoot this? I am running Ubuntu Server edition 12.04.
--------------------- Kernel Begin ------------------------
WARNING: Kernel Errors Present
EXT4-fs (sda1): re-mounted. Opts: errors=remount-ro ...: 1 Time(s)
1 Time(s): ... bit width: 40
1 Time(s): ... event mask: 000000000003ffff
1 Time(s): ... fixed-purpose events: 0
1 Time(s): ... generic registers: 18
1 Time(s): ... max period: 0000007fffffffff
1 Time(s): ... value mask: 000000ffffffffff
1 Time(s): ... version: 0
1 Time(s): ..TIMER: vector=0x30 apic1=0 pin1=2 apic2=-1 pin2=-1
1 Time(s): .data : 0xc15ae87c - 0xc1876280 (2846 kB)
1 Time(s): .init : 0xc1877000 - 0xc1930000 ( 740 kB)
1 Time(s): .text : 0xc1000000 - 0xc15ae87c (5818 kB)
1 Time(s): 0 base 000000000 mask FE0000000 write-back
1 Time(s): 00000-9FFFF write-ba
ubuntu+windows dual boot partition kechal
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 27, 2013
assalamualiekum, I am new to linux.I want to setup windows 7+ubuntu linux dual boot.I have 2 primary partitions and 1 extended partition on my windows setup.Now if I make 1 more primary partition for linux bootmgr installation,I cant make anymore partitions!So if I shrink my logical windows partions from the extended partion and create new partitions formatted in linux file systems,would I be able to install ubuntu in one of the new logical partitions?I mean will i be able to use the logical partitions of an extended partition for linux installation and other linux related stuff which already contains windows related logical partitions???? Thanks in advance faisalgoku
Uninstall Ubuntu Windows 7 dualboot: grub rescue
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 14, 2013
hey maybe someone can help me out too. I also had ubuntu 12 and windows 7 dual booted.I used Ubuntu very little but I liked it. So I decided to remove the partitions which Ubuntu was installed on.. I accepted the warning that is said that the information on the partitions would be lost if Icontinued. Everything was going fine until I rebooted. Now I get that grub rescue.
Linux Ubuntu/windows 7/ dual boot system and questions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 16, 2010
I am new to the whole linux ubuntu system, but after another crash and data loss i decided to make the big step and go for it.
But i also have a few questions before i embark on this journey and i hope some of you are able to help me a little bit.
As the title says:
I have picked up this idea from someone that used to work with me on how he had a dual boot system on his pc. I would like to achieve the same with windows 7/ ubuntu.
But here are a few questions:
1) I use a 64bit version of windows 7 is there a 64bit version of Ubuntu ?
2) Does anyone know a step by step guide for creating a dual boot system ?
3) How do drivers respond in ubuntu (ex. i have a geforce 9800gx2) ?
4) Same as above but for gaming purposes ? (ex warcraft, fifa, gta etc)
I have been reading about unbuntu but just to be sure i would like to ask these questions and hope someone can answer them for me.
These are my system specs :
64/32bit Ubuntu/Windows 7 dualboot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 28, 2010
Well, okay, then. Might as well explain my situation.
I have two computers at hand, my old, crumbling (but still pretty mighty) desktop and a sleek (but rather bland) laptop, both with Windows 7. I've been running various Linux distros in VirtualBox on both machines for... psh, a year now? Main distros have been Ubuntu, Fedora (<3 Fedora) and SliTaz. I started messing with linux mainly just to play around with it and partly for the slight amount of geek-cred >.>
So, anyways, last sunday night I decided to clear out a 50gb partition using the Shrink Volume thingymabob on Win7 on my desktop and install 64-bit netinst Fedora on it. Installing went well and after a few tedious hours fiddling with the MBR and grub and windows bootloaders, i got it up and running perfectly. EasyBCD ftw.
Well, not perfectly... both systems have been acting up ever since... But that's for a Fedora forum, not here. ( http://atreus.pastebin.com/yv7aEbf6 if you're curious. got tha
Creating the ultimate Grub2 setup: Windows installer + Live, Linux installer + live +
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 11, 2010
A year ago I tried to make the perfect memory stick - to once and for all throw away all the CD-s and to make it the perfect rescue, install and fixing tool suiting my special needs. I tried, and I failed. The problem was getting Grub to load all those different CD's of mine.
Now, with GRUB2, I hope my dream has come possible:
I want to install GRUB2 to a USB Memory Stick, with 16-32 GB capacity or so, and make it able to load:
- Windows 7 installer
- Different versions: 32- and 64-bit, some modified, slipstreamed and tweaked etc
- Windows XP installer
- Windows PXE ("live" windows)
- Puppy Linux ("live" linux)
- Ubuntu installer
- Arch installer
- Hirens boot CD
- Ultimate boot CD
I remember I was able to get W7 installer and Puppy linux on the same stick, but from thereon the problems kept piling up. And now I need your help!
- AFAIK Ubuntu and Arch installer should be no hassle to add to GRUB2
- Hirens boot CD is able to boot Windows PXE us
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 16, 2014
Hey guys. Quick question: I have steam installed on both my operating systems: windows 8.1 64 bit and ubuntu 13.10 64 bit and had downloaded a lot of games on my windows steam. Can i use those files in my ubuntu steam without having to download them all over again? Can I just copy them over and put them in a new folder in my ubuntu partition and get it work? I'll try it out later tonight and any help would be much appreciated.
Ubuntu SDK Qml2Puppet error / Missing Help files using F1
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 7, 2013
My buddy and I are trying to learn QML using the Ubuntu SDK installed from the Software Center. We are both on Saucy, we have different laptops (me: toshiba 64 bit, him: dell 32 bit). I am using the ATI drivers from ATI (I have to or my screen will never come back from sleep mode), he is using the open source drivers, but I am not sure what his card is.
Here is our problem: the SDK works generally well, but when ever we click on the Design button, we get three blank windows called qml2puppet that open up and we can't really do anything until we get them to close by "x"ing out of them. The program doesn't crash and everything seems to work otherwise, but it is very bothersome to jump between Design and Edit views as we attempt to teach ourselves QML.
I have seen a bug report entered for this problem, but it says it only affects one user. I don't know how to add to that count. I have also seen in Google searches that this is affecting others as well, bu
Windows install error unrecognized partition style
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 9, 2011
Hello. I won't say I am new to ubuntu, I have around 2 months experience in working with it.
So last week, I had Windows 7 installed in my laptop, which wasn't working as expected. So I decided to remove it and reinstall it, but this time side by side with ubuntu.
So I downloaded Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and installed it in my laptop (I actually chose to remove everything and install ubuntu, my bad). So everything was proper till here, and then I made a partition. The screenshot explains it. Since Windows cannot be installed in ext4 file system, I made it as NTFS.
Now during installation of windows from its DVD, it pops up an error:
"Windows cannot be installed to Disk 0 Partition 3"
"Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk is of the GPT partition style"
Even though I format it then and there itself, the same error occurs. I even tried deleting the partition and recreating it, but with absolutely no success.
There is someth
Ubuntu USB installer won't boot in HP Ultrabook Folio 9470m
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 18, 2013
I have Windows 7 Home Premium (Version 6.1 Build 7601: Service Pack 1) installed in my laptop and I am trying to install Ubuntu alongside Windows. I have reserved a 60 GB hard drive partition for Ubuntu using Windows's own partitioning tool. The device manager says I have i5-3427U processors and I checked from the Intel's webpages that these processors are 64-bit. Therefore I concluded that I should install the 64-bit version of Ubuntu.
I created the USB installer according to the instructions given here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/In...mUSBStickQuick. I checked in BIOS Boot options that the 'USB device boot' box is checked and in the 'Legacy Boot Order' list I moved USB Floppy, USB CD-ROM and USB Hard Drive on top. The computer doesn't recognize the USB installer and always goes on to boot Windows. I also tried checking the boot device options by pressing F9 but no USB devices were listed. I tried the installer in my friends laptop and it worked normally.
I have tried both
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