Cannot Mount Dev Loop0 On Filesystem.squashfs
I checked the disc for defects and no errors were reported. Back to top Report #12 jazz jazz Member Members 520 posts Posted 13 October 2011 - 05:13 PM Struppi, Hi, I have an IBM x41 Thinkpad, comes with 1.5G CPU and Is it ethical for a journal to cancel an accepted review request when they have obtained sufficient number of reviews to make a decision? I think the MD5s on the mirrors are what are incorrect. Check This Out
cmp only tells you the first that's different and then exits. Can I use that to take out what he owes me? Search Sign In LXLE OS Help and Support Live USB key doesn't boot stefanokan March 2014 Hi,i downloaded 32 bit version 12.4.4 and i wrote an usb key with Unetbootin.Trying to I'm using the 10.10 DVD. http://askubuntu.com/questions/5996/unable-to-mount-dev-loop0-during-install
Using the site is easy and fun. I remade a live CD on a CD-R, and it did work, with all the files showing on the disk and everything. IKT (ikt) wrote on 2011-03-18: #43 Stanislav Valasek, where you able to confirm that the MD5 was the same as the one listed on the ubuntu website? up vote 2 down vote There are two common culprits of this error: the CD or disk you burnt to did not have enough space for the entire .iso the .iso
Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! I decided to take my hackintosh back to Ubuntu. Various UEFI may show it differently, but with UEFI only it should be only choice. When the battery and person appear at the bottom of the screen I press the right arrow key.
Windows can not see ext file systems.though there are a few programs available that allow windows to see ext file systems don't think they work all that well.Dave Location: Maine USA Or a random default file system label. Now everything is alright, working fine. http://lxle.net/forums/discussion/276/live-usb-key-doesnt-boot/p1 The same error in both of them.
This bug has been reported for several major versions now. They only last so long. I'll try downloading the DVD version as suggested here, but it would make me happy to know if anyone is working on this bug? Not the answer you're looking for?
Adv Reply Reply With Quote October 29th, 2015 #2 mystics View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Jul 2015 Beans 117 DistroXubuntu Re: Can https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/636711 Now, I've just downloaded (for the 1st time) a new copy in my new Ubuntu Gnome Shell. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. I had previously formatted with the default settings using quick format in windows 7.
Preparation using GParted: Deleted the existing partition Created a new DOS partition table Formatted the stick with FAT32, primary partition Loaded the image to the stick via usb-creator-kde. his comment is here Select your language, then the "Check CD for defects" boot option. I initially made a live CD on a CD-RW, and it didn't work or even mount. Domar (domar) wrote on 2010-10-10: #4 I have the same problem with the final release of 10.10!
I think, thats my suggestion, that it could be my dvd-rw that is the problem. Can I hint the optimizer by giving the range of an integer? I need to try on a different USB (it's somewhere inside the car but the weather hasn't allowed me to do extended outdoor activity.) Check out e17 screenies and art at this contact form Re: Can not mount /dev/loop0 (/cdrom/casper/filesystem.squashfs) on //filesystem.squa You are really trying, and it seems to me, that you are doing things correctly.
Back to top Report Back to 2010-2014 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear Bodhi Merchandise Bodhi Linux Forums → Very frustrating, especially since this is a broken Windows machine and I was all set to send Linux gparted to the rescue. I used unetbootin to create the usb drive, but had to format to fat format.
i want to install ubuntu no matter what but it gives me this error.
Also, I have a couple of generic sticks that really don't play well with Linux for some odd reason. How to make figure bigger in subfigures when width? Custom Object as Standard Controller: Plural Or Singular Why there are no approximation algorithms for SAT and other decision problems? Note that the USB drive must be formatted as FAT32; otherwise it won't be listed.
Shane Van Geel (van-geel-shane) wrote on 2010-10-17: #16 Im also having the same problem with my noname pc with asus motherboard and intel core quad processor. I doubt it is the disk type though. I selected nothing in the drop down menu, just loaded the iso and started the thing. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-mount/cannot-mount-dev-loop0-ubuntu-10-10.html I got this to work by using a different thumb/flash drive - Lexar JumpDrive failed, DaneElec drive worked.
Thank you very much. Stanislav Valasek (valasek) wrote on 2011-01-27: #42 The same behavior for HP 620 and CD ISO burnt on CD RW drive.. Intel P67 chipset (SandyBridge) using an Intel 3GB SATA port, not one of the 3rd party ports or 6GB SATA ports, for an "HL-DT-ST BDDVDRW GGC-H20L ATA Device". At Windows, I use the options Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Advanced Initialization (I don't know if these are the right names in english because my Windows is
Summary UNetbootin provides a GUI to create Live USB drives from ISO files. The time now is 02:06 AM. Thanks in advance. I just had to press SPACE when I saw the little guy and keyboard...I wonder if others are making the same mistake, or is it just a noob mistake.
Why does the Minus World exist? The PNY stick was FAT32 when I did this. I haven't run Memtest 86 (fully) yet or the MD5 sum yet but I've read the forum and seems like neither helps. The current OS came with the computer - linpus which is total rubbish so trying to get a decent distro on it.
Back to top Report #13 STRUPPI STRUPPI Member Members 738 posts Posted 13 October 2011 - 09:50 PM Hi jazz, CPU-Speed: OK, RAM: OK, CPU-Type: OK (I say this so), VideoRam: Thanks for the good answer. –matt wilkie Oct 27 '10 at 20:05 add a comment| Did you find this question interesting? Trying to install 10.10 final from i386-desktop.