Peter Anvin hpa at zytor.com Mon Feb 3 13:56:21 PST 2003 Previous message: [syslinux] Syslinux cannot load memtest 86 Next message: [syslinux] Syslinux cannot load memtest 86 Messages sorted by: [ Search Recent Posts Canon Lide 220 in ubuntu14.04 Convert jpg to pdf in linux (andvice-versa) [fixed] Alt+F2 too slow inxfce New in HTML andCSS Java - view jars source code ineclipse Browse other questions tagged boot usb system-installation iso or ask your own question. But yes I was trying both "Universal USB Installer" from pendrivelinux.com as well as unetbootin and both were doing the same exact thing (no option to actually INSTALL the server, just
Open a terminal by pressing Ctrl-Alt-t and type sudo gparted and press enter, a window like this should show up. Linux user 471964 Adv Reply June 9th, 2009 #8 MaxRabbit View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2008 Beans 34 Re: Run memtest Is this a known issue to you? > > No, this is news to me. Best Regards Eaden McKee New Zealand hpa at zytor Feb3,2003,1:56PM Post #2 of 10 (1313 views) Permalink Syslinux cannot load memtest 86 [In reply to] Eaden McKee wrote: > Hi there, > I
Originally Posted by MaxRabbit Perhaps Unetbootin removes that menu (even though boof1988 said it shouldn't)? Until UNetbootin fix their code then cursor down to the "Test memory" option and hit tab and then at the boot options remove the "initrd=/ubninit" so that the command line is DON'T FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU WANT TO DELETE EVERYTHING ON YOUR HDD. I click default and it loads up into the LiveUSB instantly...
I will try it. It won't help. I don't want to install Ubuntu on my netbook, though I love it to death Thanks for your help! Thanks in advance. –Nordishman Oct 8 '14 at 20:06 OK, no chance of dual boot at this point since the Win8 that is/was on the HDD is messed up
Remember me Log in Forgot password? It looks like isolinux thinks you're trying to load an initrd >>(which is impossible with the old kernel format.) This is pretty >>clearly an isolinux bug. > > Ok, well when You may be able to use one of the USB startup utilities (unetbootin etc.) to install any number of livecd's (which have the memory test included in the boot menu) to No idea that means, possibly related?
Is there a way for me to install Ubuntu Server? his comment is here This more than likely has been the cause of all ISO files failing MD5sum checks and subsequent live USB failing to install to HDD. Memtest Iso SMS verification, is it secure? Tango Icons © Tango Desktop Project.
The cost of switching to electric cars? Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support General Help [ubuntu] Run memtest from LiveUSB? label 2 kernel mem28 label 3 kernel mem30 ... === memtest86 2.8 and 3.0 boot ok both in vmware and real hardware. Not the answer you're looking for?
Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc. Why are those options not available? When I boot off my USB, it simply comes up with a menu that has the choice "Default".
mem28 and mem30 are the precompiled memtest images found in the memtest tarball. -- giulioo [at] pobox hpa at zytor Feb3,2003,4:18PM Post #8 of 10 (1318 views) Permalink Syslinux cannot load memtest 86 On 1941 Dec 7, could Japan have destroyed the Panama Canal instead of Pearl Harbor in a surprise attack? It looks like isolinux thinks you're trying to load an initrd > (which is impossible with the old kernel format.) This is pretty > clearly an isolinux bug. This also means that the isolinux.cfg file that you posted wasn't actually the one you used.
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Correct. ALSO, when I go to the "memtest" option, it seems to fail and only reports "Cannot load a ramdisk with an old kernel image". Tank-Fighting Alien How to make my logo color look the same in Web & Print? Not many people use the old kernel image format anymore.
The live USB will boot up 14.04 in the "Try Ubuntu without installation" choice, but "erase and install to HDD" choice, fails at the same point every time and memtest returns Because that was what it turned out to be, so I'm very happy that it's working now :) So for the record, using isolinux 2.0.0 ( whoops, didn't see 2.0.1 ) Originally Posted by MaxRabbit I greatly appreciate the suggestion! The LiveCD *does* have a menu. "Try Ubuntu without installing" "Install Ubuntu" Check CD for defects" "Memtest x86" If you're getting that upon booting the CD, something is not right.