I was able to successfully boot it up and get to the Xfce desktop manager. The same computer generates a perfect USBLive with 10.04.4 AMD64 ISO. I hit the "Try Ubuntu without any change to your computer" option. So far, I've tried using 2 different USB drives (thus installed it onto USB drives twice) but both times I had the problem. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-mount/cannot-mount-filesystem-aix.html
I've had a quick go at manually mounting; for instance, if I try to mount 192.168.1.1/Public to /home/Public (where it usually is) it says that the mount point doesn't exist. Rudolf Reuter (reuterr) wrote on 2010-04-30: #8 I had the same problem with Ubuntu 1004 netbook version on an Asus EeePc 900A. Help !? . -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Foundations Bugs, which is subscribed to usb-creator in Ubuntu. I'm using a windows XP, virtual daemon cd mounted ubuntu-10.04-netbook-i386.iso to create my live ubuntu usb thumbdrive. http://askubuntu.com/questions/215589/cannot-mount-dev-loop1-on-cow
If you want persistence, try using that version of 'usb-creator'. This is what I did:FDISK:Code:Disk /dev/sdb: 64.0 GB, 64023257088 bytes255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 7783 cylindersUnits = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytesSector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytesI/O That's all. So the same usb boot problem on 10.04 netbook edition.
I can't get 'Property' on the disk cos they are not mounted anymore.I have booth ext3 and reiserfs on the disks.Edit: I think the problem is the name on the disks. Insert a fstab line? The laptop doesn't have any CD/DVD "reader". I installed Ubuntu by manually making the swap file system smaller using gparted and assigning the / and swap to the file systems created by gparted.Disk /dev/sda: 250.0 GB, 250000000000 bytes255
Unfortunately, my computer didn't like the standard install process (just froze up whenever I selected any option from the splash screen - maybe because I have an nVIDIA graphics card), so ski (skibrianski) wrote on 2012-01-12: #29 In case it helps anyone else, I have this problem with 10.04 and 11.04, but NOT 11.10. W: Skipping non-exisiting file /cdrom/dists/karmic/main/binary-i386/Packages W: Skipping non-exisiting file /cdrom/dists/karmic/multiverse/binary-i386/Packages W: Skipping non-exisiting file /cdrom/dists/karmic/restricted/binary-i386/Packages W: Skipping non-exisiting file /cdrom/dists/karmic/universe/binary-i386/Packages Removing any system startup links for /etc/init.d/apparmor ... /etc/rcS.d/S37apparmor dpkg: warning: May 31, 2010 After upgrading to Lucid 10.4, I find that after booting I can no-longer auto-mount any USB drive when they are plugged in.
The workaround from Joe Edmunds did help: There is a workaround: choose "Discarded on shutdown..." option when creating the USB Startup Disk. Shankar C October 28, 2012 at 7:23 am use unet bootin Adrian Rea October 28, 2012 at 4:12 am Have you been able to boot on other computers? Lisa Santika Onggrid October 28, 2012 at 11:04 am Try again. Now when I select to boot to Ubuntu, computer freezes with this message: [ 1.068088] Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(8,1) Can anything, within
I am downloading it now and will report back when I try it out.... Sorry for not closing/updating the defect. Ubuntu Cow Filesystem View 1 Replies View Related Ubuntu Installation :: Use Select Mount Point As / Then Ext 4? Startup Disk Creator View 9 Replies View Related Ubuntu :: 10.04 Unable To Mount /etc/cifspw After Installation May 1, 2010 Finally ubuntu 10.04 is installed and asked me for a reboot for changes to
OK, trying new usb-drive install I see the unpacked usb-creator python files in temp directory. his comment is here from this point on I dunno what to do S puts me in a mode with login: and stays like this and M puts me in a terminal mode as root Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: Can't mount loop1 on /cow! I just started my first real job, and have been asked to organize the office party. Usb Creator
If I do that, the desktop icon si still there, so, what does ubuntu do when I configure a mount point on a secon har drive during installation?! I created a persistence-enabled 128MB (default value) drive with xubuntu 9.10 desktop i386 iso image. http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/ Common USB BIOS boot options Older BIOS Boot Options: 1.USB-HDD " Preferred boot method" 2.USB-ZIP "May or may not work" 3.USB-FDD "Unsupported" http://www.pendrivelinux.com/usb-bios-boot-options/ Alex Perkins October 28, 2012 at 3:29 this contact form In fact I was able to create persistence-enabled usb sticks for versions botth 9.10 and 10.04 with no problems none whatsoever with the next version of usb-creator (i.e.
Got half way through installation and system froze for more than an hour. I created a persistence-enabled 128MB (default value) > drive with xubuntu 9.10 desktop i386 iso image. > The stick booted fine and the OS was running ok. > > 2. The system finds my USB drive with Ubuntu on it, I've set it as first option to boot from, but when I hit enter, instead of booting, there is only black
I have no problems with booting to Ubuntu or Windows. Aug 10, 2010 I'm trying to install ubuntu-10.04-server-amd64 from a 2gb usb stick. All rights reserved. [Bug 492301] Re: Can not mount /dev/loop1 on /cow pemuro 492301 at bugs.launchpad.net Sun Dec 18 21:49:59 UTC 2011 Previous message: [Bug 906047] Re: can't upgrade 11.04 to sudo mount /dev/sdc /mnt/data-b gives me: mount: unknown filesystem type 'isw_raid_member'I didn't change any BIOS settings...
Wanted to also try to install persistantly Thunderbird, to possibly read my local folders on the olld hdd. The version of usb-creator I have is 0.1.16 (according to synaptic) 1. Ubuntu Installation :: USB Devices Only Mount During Boot? navigate here The stick fails to boot > by giving the message: 'Can not mount /dev/loop1 on /cow' > > I have re-verified the checksums of the iso that I was > trying