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> /init Line 7 Can't Open /dev/sr0 No Medium Found
/init Line 7 Can't Open /dev/sr0 No Medium Found
Or take your pick here No, I do not care what is going on, but I do know what I would do to solve it! Could you check MD5 of your USB stick ? Goto SATA Settings in your Bios and use AHCI instead of IDE. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...er/+bug/543875 When trying to boot Ubuntu 10.04 beta1 64bit on the Primary Slave IDE CD-ROM drive it fails with the message: stdin: error 0 (repeated over 25 times) BusyBox v1.13.3 (Ubuntu http://fullflash.net/unable-to/gsk-secure-socket-init.html
Also, booting from a DVD works fine on this machine. Disable ACPI from BIOS (it don't work for me) 2. Step 1: Unplug your USB drive Step 2: Plug your USB drive back in Step 3: Type exit and press Step 4: Wait 5-30 seconds and you'll be booted into I did install the help option because I couln'td' restart directly.Then I let the machine doing the steps.
/init Line 7 Can't Open /dev/sr0 No Medium Found
de Oliveira (ajoliveira) wrote on 2010-10-13: #9 Hi Same here with 32-bit on a USB stick on my Clevo laptop where I am trying to compile and test the dreadful unsupported I could boot reliably in 64-bit and do the job, on the very same machine (clevo m761s). delance (olivier-delance) wrote on 2010-10-11: #5 Hello everybody. If I remove the USB drive and reboot, everything works.
delance (olivier-delance) wrote on 2010-10-29: #11 I saw two approaching bugs with casper package. May 20, 2012 at 6:00 am Thank you, this was a lifesaver after pulling out my hair trying to get a working USB boot drive. After booting to it, hit defaults a couple times and at the multi-colored prompt at screen where it asks for user to enter either "wizard" or "startx" type in PHP Code: Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Fix francesco visconti (satavtar) wrote on 2011-06-14: #32 Dell Vostro 3550 Intel HD Graphics Nor the install nor the live boot procedure work, they both end up with the same message: "(initramfs)
My parents computer is a few years old but it runs XP alright. Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Iso I'm trying to install Ubuntu from a live USB. I tried to boot a second time using 'compatibility mode' and the result was the same. Ubuntu Desktop 9.10 installs properly in every version and from every source.
- What is the problem, what did I wrong or what's wrong with boot loader?
- Paven (lunchpad-com) wrote on 2010-10-16: #15 I have the same problem with my noname pc- with a assus motheboard, amd processor.
- didn't have that happen with 10.04.
- I like my software and OS, like I like my beer, free (in both senses of the term).
- The right md5sum was remarkably hard to find.
Ubuntu Initramfs Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System
would somebody please try this method ??? find more info All downloads were checked with MD5SUM. /init Line 7 Can't Open /dev/sr0 No Medium Found If I switch my CD-ROM drive over to Primary Master IDE then it will boot no problem. No Medium Found On Dev Sr0 Ubuntu Timofte Gheorghe (timofteghi) wrote on 2011-04-01: #26 If you make a CD with the Plop_bootmanager on it , you can boot your computer from a USB_stick without change the boot sequences
John Haitas (jhaitas) wrote on 2011-04-28: #29 Ubuntu Natty Desktop amd64 daily iso 20110427.1 both regular and '+mac' versions booting into live mode MacBook Pro 8,2 (thunderbolt) work around is to Check This Out Posted in Ubuntu 3 Comments Tags: administration, Busybox, disk utility, Killed, No init found, not able to boot up, stdin: error 0, system, Try passing init=bootarg, Ubuntu Cannot boot, unable to When I boot from it though, no matter what option I choose, the screen goes black for a few seconds then I get this message: (initramfs) stdin: error 0 | Can Thanks for the good answer. –matt wilkie Oct 27 '10 at 20:05 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote There are two common culprits of this error: the CD or Ubuntu Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Usb
Ryan Caley (ryan-caley) wrote on 2011-05-14: #55 I would like to revoke my previous comment. Vitaly Zdanevich (vitaly-zdanevich) wrote on 2016-02-06: #46 I see this when trying to load iso from my hdd with Ubuntu 15.10 i686 See full activity log To post a comment you Trying to run the Live CD on a Dell Intel server. Source Subscribing...
I'm not using any of the other IDE ports, my HD is SATA. Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Linux Mint Register. 12-27-2010 #1 alguiendelmundo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined! Toshiba Satellite Pro C650.
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Nizar Kerkeni (nizarus) wrote on 2011-06-02: #31 Dell n5110 same error when trying to install oneiric (11.10) amd 64, alpha 1 from Live USB. It turns out there was not enough power to run the USB drive on the iMac keyboard I had it plugged into. May 20, 2012 at 6:02 am And a side note, the current version of unetbootin does support persistence out of the box (for Ubuntu only). Initramfs Unable To Find A Medium Containing A Live File System Usb XriX (bubblehydro69) wrote on 2013-04-26: #43 My problem was Backtrack5 R3 (KDE & Knome X32(Both)) was dooing the same thing...."(initramfs) Unable to find a medium containing a live file system." turns
antiX-M8.5-i686 or zenwalk Standard would work well for you as is. As has already been pointed out, disabling the floppy drive will suppress the message. For general Linux news and info, see /r/linux. http://fullflash.net/unable-to/unable-to-open-connection-to-com1-unable-to-open-serial-port.html I received the message when the USB stick was in the USB 3.0 port.
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.