Pages: [ 1 ] 2 Go Down. Duvid Sr. Member Posts: Just installed a Multimedia drive internally that has 4 usb3 ports and card reader. PCC sees device, and card reader works fine but not the usb. It works fine in windows so I know it is installed properly.
If I install anyone of 3 flash drives it does not get seen in device notifier. I have tried changing settings there to mount any removable device without any success. Any suggestions? Is the xhci-hcd driver loaded? If not then try loading it to see if things change Use this to see if it is loaded Code: [Select].
Code: [Select]. Cohen Kernel: 5. Quote from: Duvid on October 28, , PM. I am using the latest kernel, don't have any usb3 devices at present to test with was looking at card readers mainly but this was a bonus going down the road. I enclosed a link of the model, although I bought this at geeks. Note that use of the override may cause unknown side effects. Quote from: as on October 29, , AM. I had been in 32 bit with this problem, must have rebooted into 64 bit, but the results were all the same.
My only options at this point are a floppy install if there was such a thing in the Ubuntu world or something through the ethernet but I'm a newb trying to leave the Windows world Yes, you can install Xubuntu using UNetbootin: once you have installed it, it will prompt you to chose between Ubuntu, Kubuntu or Xubuntu.
Chose what you like Very much appreciated. Only problem now is the link you provided HIGHLY recommends not to use the information on it, but there's no information yet to remove Windows Mandriva was recently released, so I've published a new UNetbootin build that can install it.. Check the download page I've finished uploading the bit builds, you should now be able to install them.
Thank you so much tuxcantfly, I'll test this out tonight when I come home. I'll let you know. Thanks indeed Tux that you provide such many distros to be available through unetbootin. Or isn't that one a good distro. It is one of the most popular at the distrowatch so I want to test it without having to burn an iso.
Are they maybe different? If you know where they can be found usually they're on a "netboot" or "media" directory on the ftp server , point me to them and I'll gladly add pclinuxos builds. Same goes for other distros, if you want to have builds for those available as well, just post the link to the netboot initrd and kernel, or the ftp mini-install iso files on the ftp servers and I'll make builds as soon as I can. Before I am going to try out I wondered wether this would make it possible to bypass the restriction on my school-laptop, which makes it always to boot from the hard drive and the bios is of course pass protected.
Yet the second problem would be still then that I only have wlan, and I don't expect this to work with wlan As far as I know it's not possible yet to perform a netinstall of a Linux distro from a wifi connection For question 1: Yes, assuming you have admin privs, you won't have to do any tinkering with the BIOS settings to get it to boot. Hello, I have the mandriva one kde iso downloaded and i want to use unetbootin to install it. I select 'hard disk' installation method and direct it to the right directory of the iso but it says its not there when i know it is.
Is it because this only works with mandriva free and not with mandriva one? And do the iso files have to be extracted or can they just be as an iso? Thanks Yes, you can use only the mandriva free, not the mandriva one; you need actual packages, not the liveCD disk image like mandriva one provides. The packages must also be extracted from the iso or separately downloaded from the ftp mirror.
If I change the path locations to say archive. I would like to install Xubuntu instead. Thanks in Advance. Just wondering, are there any plans to allow an option that isn't as automated? I'd like to select the packages I install instead of having seemingly everything installed. Things like OO, Firefox, etc I don't need and just take up hd space. Other than that, it's great. I used it twice on two laptops with feisty and I'm going to try it with gutsy now.
Edit: Looks like Gutsy's installer has it now, though not as customizable as I'd hoped. It still installs openoffice, games, firefox, thunderbird, pidgin, etc which I didn't select. Ubuntu's official netboot installers don't provide package-by-package customizability so I can't add those features without diverging from the official netboot installer, which I'd rather not do for maintainability reasons. If you want to have a greater degree of control on your install process, try the Fedora or openSUSE versions of UNetbootin which provide individual package-selection options in the official netboot installers , or if you absolutely must use Ubuntu, just select the base system install option, and use apt-get to install the packages you need.
Hi well i have a small question, i want this i really do i want to install ubuntu on a PC with no Floppy or CD Rom or bootable usb so this is great That can do just this, incase the OS i am going to put on breaks or dies or i want to change it. Then i could boot to the loader an select UNetbootin an do another install What you could do is just install the UNetbootin loader to the hard drive, don't remove it after Ubuntu has been installed and should Ubuntu break, just select the UNetbootin option.
Ahh so i can install the bootloader app and run keep it should i need to recover the system and then remove all other OS's an install a nice Ubuntu on the remainder of the disk, that right??? What i meant was just that i wanted an to keep UNetbootin on the pc. BTW i presume when installing Ubuntu i can choose to keep the original bootloader??? I've updated the PartedMagic Partition Manager package to version 1. It needs to reside on a disk, and thus it needs to be on some kind of partition.
Whether or not that partition has an operating system installed on it doesn't matter; so long as you have a bootloader installed that can load it GRUB or GRLDR , and the file is on a partition, it'll work fine. If you select no, the original bootloader will be kept, but you'll need to find out some kind of way to get Ubuntu boot without GRUB, using whatever other bootloader you want to use. Any ETA on the Vista support? I would create a dynamic partition with free disk space in vista and then tell ubuntu to use that new partition.
Is that possible? If they do work please post exactly what you have to do to get it working under Vista other than the commands , I might be able to add support that way without needing access to Vista. Yes, certainly is possible; that was the exact technique I was considering using once I have access Windows Vista, that is. The partition-shrinking bit can be done via the Windows Vista drive-management API, and thus can be used on all the UNetbootin versions, though the automatically-partition-and-use-new-partition bit will need a separate implementation on each distro kickstart on Fedora, preseed on Ubuntu, etc.
Note that the default US mirror for Ubuntu us. For now, use other mirrors, such as the South Africa mirror za. I entered all deb lines continuously from the command prompt up to the creation of the file since I wasn't sure if I could do a carriage return on each line you listed for the echo command. When I noticed the errors as a result of using the apt-get update command, I edited the sources.
I have gotten errors concerning the security and backport within the sources. I am also still uncertain how I go about installing Xubuntu instead of Ubuntu with this approach. The tutorial seems a bit dated since it's referring to Hoary and also assumes the user only wishes to install Ubuntu. I first create the sources. I then enter: "gpg --keyserver pgpkeys. I then type: "gpg --edit-key ftpmaster ubuntu. I assume fpr somehow validates my key. I then type "quit" to exit back to the main command prompt.
I then type: "gpg -a --export [8-digit requesting key] apt-key add -" had to remove sudo since I got a bash error saying command not found I then resumed your original walk through tutorial: apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade I then get an error: "Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?
After a while, the result of running "apt-get dist-upgrade" produced the following error: "Preconfiguring packages UTF-8" are supported and installed on your system. Okay, I decided to ditch the other tutorial and retry your approach again and get a private requesting key. As for the installation of xubuntu, use this command: sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop.
Sorry for the confusion. I didn't know how to install Xubuntu for that other link you provided that covered a floppy install. That was what I didn't know how to do In my previous post I said "apt-get install ubuntu-desktop", but I really meant "apt-get install xubuntu-desktop" I did a copy paste and forgot to edit that part. As for the dkpg installation, do I add both dkpg paths from the link you provided in the sources.
Sorry, I'm a newb. Well, I didn't get far You separately download the dpkg. Sorry for this stupid question, but do I do this before or after I do the "apt-get update"? I really appreciate your time and patience on this.
Also just for clarification, when asked to select the type of install i. Hello, First, thank you for that forum. I try to defrag. I think it come from menu. Grub is on the MBR of hd0,0. Excuse me for my english Thank you for your help. I ran the Ubuntu 7.
Grub doesn't start, I just boot directly into Windows and then UNetboot is uninstalled. Doing it again yields the exact same result. It seems as if UNetboot isn't able to write to the bootloader for some reason, even though I don't get any error messages. Can I debug this somehow with a switch to unetbootin-ubunturev Any help is highly appreciated! Yes, install GRUB Deselect everything, it'll all be installed with the xubuntu-desktop package As for sudo not working, perhaps try using "su" instead.
Excuse me for my english Thank you for your help Your menu. Strange, haven't tested it too much on Win9x, that might be the issue Does it have anything along the lines of "Ubuntu" or "grub" written in it? It turns out it was a lower case "L". However when I do a su, the system says: Unknown id: dpkg. One typo I had was what I thought was a lower case "I" for the installation of the dpkg. However when I do a su, the system says: su root that'll ask for root password, give it then afterwards, enter: dpkg -i But now when I try to install the Lenny dpkg, I get the following error: dpkg: regarding.
Okay, that did the trick. But now when I try to install the Lenny dpkg, I get the following error: Is the Lenny dpkg imperative? Ayay, seems like you're going to have to do a full dist-upgrade to lenny before you can upgrade to gutsy I went ahead with the apt-get update using all 4 Lenny lines in example of 2nd link and got the following error: Reading package lists This is what I put at the beginning of my sources.
I went ahead with the apt-get update using all 4 Lenny lines in example of 2nd link and got the following error: This is what I put at the beginning of my sources. Ouch, that doesn't sound good And do I need to get the dpkgs for that mattter? If I use the Lenny disks, do I need to add those comments concerning Lenny in my sources.
No, you should be able to just upgrade directly to Gutsy, however, can't quite guarantee it'll work perfectly haven't tried this procedure in years. Ah, so I can skip the getting a key as well? I'm on it now If this fails, I guess this old notebook will have to be a Debian box. For the life of me, it seems there are A LOT of people asking for this feature to be able to do a floppy install and it seems to fall on deaf ears with Canonical. How hard could it be for them to make a Ubuntu version of Debian's floppy install?
Come to think of it, can't believe I haven't realized it, you have a working debian system now, you can just use UNetbootin the deb package to install Ubuntu Gutsy. Just download with wget, and do the usual dpkg -i, reboot, and select "UNetbootin". Don't bother with the dist-upgrade approach I mentioned, UNetbootin will do the job way better. Ah, so immediately after doing the minimal install, I should use this UNetbootin to install Xubuntu?
I clicked on your signature block dealing with UNetbootin but it seems the link there assumes I already have a GUI linux to run from The SourceForge link I think is dead. But you're saying this other approach requires my installing Etch and Lenny? Sourceforge link is dead? Anyhow all you need is dpkg, GRUB, and internet access.
No need for a fancy GUI environment. Download the deb using wget, using dpkg -i to install, then reboot. You need to have something installed beforehand, to boot off of in the first place. Installing Debian just happens to be the easiest approach if you have no OS on your hard drive in the first place, anything else Windows, Linux will do. Sorry, I meant the tutorial link found in your signature block's link appears to be dead. I'm sort of confused. When you say dpkg, you are referring to Etch and Lenny, right?
I also do not know what you mean by "the deb". I was thinking I just redo a minimal install and go straight to UnetBootin I just don't know how I go about getting this onto the old laptop I'm trying to use as a linux box Seems to work fine for me I'm redoing the Debian installation just for good luck. Part of the install process, it'll ask you. Was already described nicely in this thread a few pages ago, go check if you need more details. I think I really need to reorganize this thread If UNetbootin isn't able to fix config.
Don't you think UNetbootin deserves its own forum? Much easier to organize different discussions when they can evolve in their own threads. The information overload and activity in this thread surely demands that UNetbootin gets its own forum, no? Tux that is a good idea. I love this thread. I failed using the Live CD for Ubuntu 6. Are the resizing tool in UNetbootin able to move the windows unmoveable file?
I don't know its name and have no clue on how to find out its name either. Could it be the swapfile. It looks very big in the defrag program. It has unfortunate only megabyte memory so maybe a bit less than what is best. The hardisk now is owned by Win XP pro but I have 27Giga free space but many unmoveable files in it so I need some kind of prog that could move unmoveable files.
Would you advice against using UNetbootin with such low on memory? I maybe could use memory from another compac computer if the physical size is same. I need to make olace for the three partions for linux. I have a Live CD for Ubuntu 6. It failed cause the unmoveable was an obstacle? Or is that one built in into UNetbootin? Probably, that's pagefile.
You'll be able to partition it during the installation phase. I also have the UNetbootin installer for Parted Magic on the download page under the name Partition Manager , that'll also let you manage your partitons using GParted. Granted, if 6. Thanks for tip on these but it doesn't seem to be them. I did as they say there in the link but still have an enormous big one up in the space I want to place 7.
Could it be the swap file. Is that one safe to take away? I tried to find it but failed. How do I find what the name of the file is? Doesn't it show it in the disk defragmenter? It can't be swap, then; that's pagefile. Yes the trick was to say it should be 2 meg and then to no pagefile at all which is 2 meg and then to reboot so now I will try unetbootin.
I am writing on that computer now. But I ahve no knowledge on how to do that. But I try. Yes the trick was to say it should be 2 meg and then to no file which is 2 meg and then to reboot so now I will try unetbootin. Go straight to 7. As for the partitioning bit, just let it do automatic partitioning; it'll have an option to use the free space or you can also select the manual partitioning approach.
I try 7. I need to give linux important numbers that have to do with DNS and such. For a noob a newbie that is totally beyond me. I have no clue on such figures. I remember it came up in another thread but don't remember now. Could be in wubi forum. I asked about it there? Do you have a clue on dns? Search found it but none answered it. I've found two of them now in the LAN box but the third? It asks you for it? Don't you have a plain DSL or Cable connection? Are you using wireless? Maybe try using wired internet for now.
Other than that, if you're on a static connection that doesn't automatically configure your DNS and all, you'll need to check your ISP's manual and such for DNS info; it's different for everyone. Now I get it. It was easy if one had been told to be fast on the trigger.
One should go one down and hit enter. If one doen't do this within a second of that screen it goes to directly to windows. My keyboard was not detected properly so now I ahve a keyboard totally wrong chars on it. Hope I could change that later.
It was impossible to undo the unfortunate error by going back. It ignored such attempts. Now it ask the trick question if I want to uninstall the unetbootin. It says that in order to install it need to reboot. Ok I do that and then it asks if I really want to uninstall the installer. What to do?
If I answer No then it just don't do anything. If I answer yes it says it has done a successful Uninstall. Could my pagefil be too small then. I have two meg in it nowwhat should it make it for unetbootin to work? The prog says that it fail to resize and then it says it is too small. But I have 28 gig of free space now that the page file is moved out of the white space to the right. When I try to do the Manual partitioning it shows options I don't get what it means.
It looks as if it want to take away the whole windows so I need more info on how to partition. Tux, I've read up on partitioning now in both windows and ubuntu. Those who write those instructions have no clue on what a nooby is. They are not detailed enough to be understood by the average user like me. My neighbor see me as a computer guru and I fail to get it. I want to use the UNetbootin program. What now. How could I safely use the manul partition tool. What to answer when it asks? It doesn't indicate where it will put the partition.
I want to put linux on some 20 giga there and use the 7 giga over as windows ntfs while linux should have ext3 I guess. How do I do it? Now how do I tell the partition tool to use say 20 giga to the right so windows get 7 giga of free space and Linux the 20 giga to the right and those 20 giga shoudl have three partiotions on them. Home, Swap, and the free space. One need a step for step instruction. The guided is not to be trusted. I read numerous of users who wiped out all the windows files.
So I need to find out while resizing fails. Even geeks seems to be skeptical. First make sure that you have a bootable Windows Vista installation DVD, as you will be unable to use your computer if you don't. Yes I know when it works it just works. But this is first time for me and it failed to resize the ntfs hdd so I don't know what to do now. I felt so disappointed that I failed to make partitions so I dowloaded wubi instead so I at least hav something to learn linux on.
I write in linux wubi now. Now I only need a step for step instruction on how to find out why the resize and partitioning failed. I managed to take a look at this yesterday and indeed the grub stuff was missing from config.
I added the following lines to my config. After the boot, Grub started just fine and now I have Xubuntu 7. In other words, it worked great! Thanks for making this fantastic application! I know I will have much use for in the future as well, so please continue improving it. Is it possible to install Ubuntu over a wireless Internet connection? My old laptop has a wireless PC Card but no ethernet port to connect to my cable modem. Thanks Unfortunately, no; Ubuntu doesn't provide the option to install using pre-downloaded packages.
I've finally managed to get my hands on the new Vista bootloader system in the form of the Windows Server Release Candidate Evaluation Edition which theoretically works the same , so I've managed to get UNetbootin working on Vista. I've uploaded the new Vista-compatible builds of UNetbootin for Ubuntu 7. The is just so that it appears first in the download section. I've also updated the Mandriva , OpenSuse Fedora 8 is coming out in 12 days, I'll have the UNetbootin Fedora 8 packages available soon.
Will UNetbootin work for installing Ubuntu Studio 7. I aborted out of it rather than let it continue until I know what the problem is and how to corect it. Do you get the same error when you just select "Ubuntu", or is it just an ubuntustudio-specific error? Also, did you actually select the entry using space so that a star appears next to it before pressing enter?
I've uploaded a new build for Ubuntu 7. Also, note for any users using Windows Vista or Server Vista has its own partition manager, which can be started with the command: diskmgmt. I'm using the Linux version of UNetbootin and happily running with Grub. I already have Gutsy installed, dual boot with WinXP , so I didn't think to try that or a different version, other than the Ubuntu Studio that I wanted to install.
I definately selected the Ubuntu Studio Desktop entry, and properly selected it with the star in the box next to it. I checked the partition it was to be installed on and the folders are there though most being empty or incomplete.
My internet connection was working fine. I'm thinking I had the unfortunate luck of catching a bad day on the mirrors. Though I did try four different ones with the same results. I'll give it another shot tonight and see what happens. I found the problem. Gutsy did the same thing. It had a fit and wouldn't install until I plugged the darn thing back in. I used the floppy drive perhaps 3 times in as many years.
Pretty useless so I pulled it out, stuck it in a drawer, and disabled the FD controller in the bios. And to think, I still have a 5. What I'm thinking is to buy a USB jacket to the new harddrive and load UNetbootin onto it from another computer somehow. Can someone please explain to me how I should make the new harddrive bootable and set up with UNetbootin before I plug it into the laptop and install Linux on it there?
I'm thinking this might work please correct me if I'm wrong : 1. Attach the clean, new laptop harddrive to another Windows-based computer I have Cygwin and can install Linux if that helps. Download UNetbootin and put it on the laptop harddrive.
Detach the laptop harddrive and plug it into the laptop. Boot the laptop up on the new harddrive and install Linux from UNetbootin. What I'm not really confident about is step 2. I'm not sure Windows allows me to format a harddrive as a system bootable drive, since it isn't a floppy. Is there a way to format a random drive as bootable e.
If there is, what is the procedure? How can I modify the steps above to make such a solution work? I'm thinking of buying a new harddrive to my old Compaq Armada M and don't have any way to boot onto anything from the computer. Easier approach, I think, would be to just install GRUB and a minimal Linux distro onto it floppy-install of Debian or something , then you can install the UNetbootin Linux package and that'll do the job. On another note, I've updated the Arch, OpenSuse, Fedora, and Mandriva builds rev7 to fix the vista-uninstallation bug in the earlier version rev1 Ubuntu builds have already been updated.
Just made a request to ubuntu-geek this forum's admin , expect one soon Okay, thanks for the reply. I'll try this out as soon as my new harddrive arrives. I can of course fill four floppies with the given disk images, but what I'd like is to have the install on the laptop harddrive. I'm not sure how to achieve that. This sounds like a way to go, but since I'm completely braindead when it comes to Linux, I don't really know where to start.
Could you please point me in the right direction? So I downloaded it, rebooted and it is stuck at: Please help, thanks Looks like some kind of hardware incompatibility. It then asked for reboot. I have tried wubi before and can successfully install on D:, but I want a real install so gave Unetbootin a shot.
Strangely, I cannot install wubi on C: eventhough I have freed 7. In short, I seems it was Unetbootin problem that I encountered because Wubi can do. After installing UNetbootin but prior to rebooting, copy the files grldr. I've added UNetbootin packages for installing Slackware I have Vista and I've tried the mandriva 08 installer but all it does is boot back to Windows. I have a few questions: What files do I need before the install, and what to do with them?
What commands do I need to add to my boot file? Very strange Anyhow, when you open the Command Prompt in Administrator mode, and enter "bcdedit", does the last entry say "UNetbootin"? If not, apparently it didn't edit the Windows Vista bcd config properly, that would probably be the issue EDIT: Perhaps your timeout is set to 0.
PS What edition of Vista is this? Also, did you upgrade or is this some fresh install? Also did you do any weird system config hacks on it? Also is the timeout set above 0 in bcdedit? Ok, did some testing, I believe I've pinpointed the problem to the 0 sec timeout issue, so I've uploaded some new builds ubuntu 7. Just remove the old version, download the new one, install, and it should work.
Is there anything I have to have before I use the installer? Timeout is set to 30, just like the new version of the installer automatically sets it, so it isn't the 0 sec timeout issue then; however it appears a UNetbootin entry wasn't created for some reason That did the trick thanks a lot for your help!!
Now I just have to configure my internet settings in order to download it from the ftp. I'm having a hard time configuring my internet, I see that I can install it from my harddrive but i am unsure of which one to download. I see that you wrote not the live CD, but the other file is 4gb, is this the correct file? This is for Mandriva Any of the Mandriva Hi everyone I am having trouble with unetbootin.
That certainly seems like some obscure, strange partition configuration I ended up doing a Wubi install of Xubuntu, but I am having some problems connecting my wireless card. I have a broad com which does state, from their website, to have a linux driver. I am very new to linux, I have the linux driver download it, but how do I install it? Can someone be nice enough to go through it step by step and not be so technical with the terminology.
I know the terminal and having to type commands, I just don't know what to type. Ubuntu itself and other distros uses GRUB, installed to the MBR, so there's no dependency on the Windows bootloader other than for the install process. So no changes to the Windows bootloader are made or needed after the install; everything is reverted back to its original state. Would this method create an automatic dual boot? I was going to burn a copy of Ubuntu Studio and create a partition for my brothers laptop to dual boot but if I understand right, this method is just lke a cd?
Hi All, I know this error has appeared previously in this thread and others but I think my situation might be different INI etc but when I reboot I get the following When I run partinfw. All rights reserved. Do you think this is the root of my problems? Am I completely on the wrong track?
Any help would be extremely appreciated as this is cracking me up and I really want Xubuntu on the laptop. Thanks in advance. You'll need to install a bootloader. The bootloader used by UNetbootin is only used on a temporary basis, to launch the installer and is removed on the next reboot ; you'll need GRUB to actually boot the Linux distro.
Yes, the partitioner will pop up and you can set up a dual-boot. Thanks in advance I would open Windows' disk manager diskmgmt. I would open Windows' disk manager diskmgmt. Thank you so much for the speedy reply! I think it might be a dodgy MBR, would you concur or do you think I'm on the wrong track?
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|Pclos 2008 unable to access resume device||Come to think of it, can't believe I haven't realized it, you have a working debian system now, you can just use UNetbootin the deb package to install Ubuntu Gutsy. Once a farmer tore up the wire with his plow. I ran the Ubuntu 7. Cheers, cheapgadget1. The partition-shrinking bit can be done via the Windows Vista drive-management API, and thus can be used on all the UNetbootin versions, though the automatically-partition-and-use-new-partition bit will need a separate implementation on each distro kickstart on Fedora, preseed on Ubuntu, etc. Thanks in advance I would open Windows' disk manager diskmgmt. Network is hanging off of one of the high thesis format latex 4 port wireless routers with DHCP running on it!|
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In this case, double click on the desktop icon and it should open in Nautilus. At this point, you should be able to see the pictures on the camera. Try this and let me know what happens. Sorry if I sound patronizing above with the description of volumes and mounting, but I don't know your experience or knowledge level with this.
I have a copy of mandriva spring which has the same issues, while pclinuxos is using 2. If anyone knows of a permanent fix, it'd be great. The camera is plugged in, and turned on. I uninstalled G-thumb, and installed digiKam, and once again was somehow able to get my photos I'll have to test it. At any rate, my ignorance ticks me off. Where's a good place for a newbie to learn more about how this stuff works? Workarounds are okay for a quick fix, but not understanding bothers me. Somebody infuse me with knowledge or point me to a website that has nice, clear explanations, preferably with a glossary!
My flash drive worked fine under Hardy until I upgraded to the newest kernel 2. I don't understand how it could be a kernel issue though because I rebooted with 2. What is the USB controller in your machine? In my case, on the computer in question, I have not anything installed other than Hardy and USB is sporadic.
However, everything I have seen still leads me to believe that it is a kernel issue. Mac71, Thanks for the lspci. I'm kinda trying to make a list of controllers that don't work correctly. That was my issue when I purchased the motherboard with the currently sporadically working USB. I couldn't find any information about specific controllers or chipsets, other than "If you have an AMD chipset, the board should work fine. It is of Belkin manufacture and now USB on that computer works flawlessly.
I've learned what I know over the years of messing with computers. I will attempt to answer any questions you have as best I can, though I have only recently returned to Linux, so I'm not a Linux expert, by any means. This will give you a list of all pci buses and devices on your computer, and will include your USB controller.
Please include the entire printout of lspci, or at least the USB lines in your next post. Knowing the manufacturer and model, it will be possible to search and see if other people running Ubuntu in particular, or Linux in general, are having problems with this USB chipset. Step 2 - Uninstall digiKam and forget about imaging programs for a bit.
First we need to get your USB running reliably. Once USB works properly, you should be able to use any imaging program you want to. Step 3 - Shut down your computer and plug in your digital camera, and any other USB devices you have, then reboot the computer. From terminal, type lsusb and post the result here. This will show a list of all USB devices currently connected to the computer.
Step 4 - If any USB devices automounted you will know this if they show up on your desktop right click on them and select Unmount, then shut the computer down. Step 5 - With the computer turned off, unplug all USB devices, then restart the computer. Plug in your camera, then type lsusb from terminal and post the result.
This should give enough information to figure out the next steps. I did just locate a couple of web sites that may give you some of the information you want. I find this interesting, because mac71 also has an intel USB controller. Thank you, kgriff. I'm not in a huge rush, and I don't mind waiting for help; this is not exactly a life-or-death situation.
I shall follow the steps you outlined, and check out the links you kindly provided when I'm not drowsy and bewildered. Irksomekitty out. I'll work on this tomorrow, and keep you posted. From my experiances this is a race condition between hal and dbus which happens when the two initscripts are started concurrently by upstart. This should not happen because hal initscript requires dbus for starting but instead happens when upstart concurrency is enabled because the scripts have been symlinked with the same number The solution is to install hal initscript with S Thanks for the quick response cdtech, yet in the rc2.
So I don't think this is my problem. I do know that when I run a fresh 8. Have any other ideas? I've heard some had success uninstalling hal and reinstalling. It's worth a shot. Hi, I have recently installed ubuntu 8.
The bios is Phoenix award version 6. I tried ubuntu on another machine and USB does seem to work ok. Hope someone could shed some light. Thanks Sammy, I have tried this but no luck. Wierd thing is that I have installed ubuntu on another computer laptop following exact same procedure as with the pc, works on one but doesnt on the other.
Seems like Ubuntu is fussy on what hardware it decides to work with. Have no idea what it doesnt like about my PC usb. On a different note, my laptop keyboard has now stopped working properly, with the num lock LED not going off, and the keys around jkl spitting out numbers instead.
Everything normal until ubuntu kicks in, so definitely a driver issue. Thanks again for your reply,. I have been having similar problems. Prior to hardy all my usb devices were automent. However following the upgrade it does seem to want to automount any of the devices.
An 'lspci' results in: I have tried uninstalling hal which resulted in a large mess of packages that needed to be reinstalled, but i believe I got all of them. Making matters worse, when I boot off the livecd, hardy recognizes and automounts all my usb devices. I tried to solutions set forth in this thread already and nothing seems to work.
Having the same problem, suddenly none of my USB flash drives or memory cards are detected at all. Yeah, I had to reinstall everything from the liveCD, and now everything works. Barbaric, yes, but at least it works. Looks like I'll have to reinstall everything then! Another day down the drain Check to make sure it works on a fresh liveCD first!!! And be wary about installing the latest kernel in the update manager most likely the problem.
I posted some 3 days ago about Hardy 2. So I knew I had to find the solution myself. Today after I read this thread I thought someone was having the problem as me. And I decided to give it a try. And this was what I did to successfully access my phone. I plugged in an Imation usb stick and did a lsusb. I could see the usb. This was expected as only this phone was not recognised. I opened up f-photo and then plugged in the phone again and to my surprise the phone and phone card were there and f-phone was offering to import my pictures.
I unmounted the phone and closed f-photo and plugged in the phone and it was recognised immediately. Note that I have only updated 5 packages only since the phone was not recognised and they are the gcc packages. I don't know if the phone will be recognised on the next boot but I'm happy right now. Just my 2 cents.
Does Hardy play the naughty boy sometimes? ANd I recently changed the resolution to x Well I did not do anything, just what was described in my post. My phone was recognised by Gutsy until I installed Hardy and took some photos and wanted to transfer some mp3 files to my phone and Hardy did not recognise it.
I came across this thread and f-photo caught my eyes and I did a lsusb then lspci then plugged in my usb stick, and the phone just for fun. And it solved it like magic. And let Hardy read the usb stick first and deceive it into reading the phone by plugging it later on". Well, been messing around with ubuntu for the last 5 days and its beginning to wear on me.
I have searched all over internet for clues as to why the USB doesnt work in ubuntu kernel but no luck. I had the USB keyboard plugged in with caps lock light on, but as soon as linux kernel begins, the light goes out and USB is unusable at that point. USB 2. Im also having trouble with flash plugins. Gnash and macromedia both fail to work. Hope someone has the answer. Thanks again. A bizarre situation with a bizarre resolution, here goes. I have been using the back USB with an extension wire and no results.
However I have removed the extension wire and now the back USB socket is functioning normally. As strange as it seems, it looks like linux is fussy about the USB extension wire as it worked ok with windows, dos, grub, etc Dont see why, its only a simple cable to enable my apple keyboard to reach my pc from my tabletop?! It's a bit of a long shot but perhaps the highspeed timing of the USB port is crucial here, with the least bit of interference throwing the kernel out of sync?
Regarding the front USB, nothing works in that, unless it is powered. Also tried the dodgy extension cable again, this time with a small USB hub on the end of it, which now works ok wierd , so anything which i would have needed to plug into front will go in here. I also managed to resolve the issue with the jammed numlock on my laptop see above. Then remove keyboard again if desired. Look forward to your thoughts :confused:. USB sticks not mounting on insertion or even with one in at boot up.
There is two exception to this, on installation the 8. I have tried the Ubuntu 8. What does that mean? But Mint was probably the worst of all. The computer is from It once ran Vista. These days I only use my dialup for email and newsgroups. I guess nothing I use is supported anymore PCLOS just works and dont bug me with crap like that.
I dont want their latest bloated crap. I like XP and Win I'd be a lot more supportive. I can always go back to what I now have too. The restaurant and the library. I assume they use that. I can only assume they are using cable. Running a none supported Linux version is as bad as running microsoft windows xp, it's a security hazard and it's not just affecting you but each affected machine is affecting everyone else on internet.
Go for a long term supported distribution as for example LXLE lxle. I assume that is some variation of KDE, but what does it mean? Therefore I have to keep erasing that same one.. PCLOS has a rep for providing a pretty loaded distro.
More, medium, less versions. Java Jive. I get it. Town cable. In what country? On Thu, 26 Oct , compute I liked that feature with 4 desktops. Trinity's Wiki has links to Trinity on Ubuntu Unless he has a nearby friend who do this for him. I should mention that Trinity also has links to other distributions, PCLinuxOS being one of them, but the page doesn't have bit versions though they do mention that you can download the bit version from — apparently — somewhere on their site.
I've found their site. Just to let you know, this site is worthless. Sites like this should be removed from the internet.
It's just Linux I've having trouble with. Thanks BrentMHK, this really got me out of a bind during a maintenance with something that hadn't occurred in testing earlier versions and later versions of CentOS seemed to work fine but 5.
To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. Get answers from your peers along with millions of IT pros who visit Spiceworks. Any ideas what to try next to get this to boot? Here are my grub. Best Answer. BrentMHK This person is a verified professional. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. I then shut it down and imported it to Hyper-V and it booted without issue.
So much easier than what I went through. View this "Best Answer" in the replies below ». Active Oldest Votes. Reboot, and you should be going! Well, hopefully. Hope this helps. Improve this answer. Jonathan Clarke Jonathan Clarke 1, 2 2 gold badges 10 10 silver badges 24 24 bronze badges. Thanks for the advice. Is there any chance the partitions got changed? Or there anything else I can do? No, it's not possible for the partitions to have been renumbered. It is possible that your installed kernel doesn't detect the new SATA controller.
Is the live CD you used considerably newer that the installed kernel? What stage does the error occur at? Does GRUB start booting at all, or just fail immediately? Actually the installed kernel is newer then Live CD, because it's the last before the latest available, and the Live CD contain one a few versions ago. It's important to notice that before that I had an error "Superblock not found", which occurred because the SATA controller was not in initrd image.
I solved this by installing the latest kernel via Live CD mkinitrd just didn't solve it. Thanks again. Yes, I saw you regenerated the initrd image, always a good move. My last idea would be to try booting with the "noresume" parameter to the kernel edit the boot line in grub, with the 'e' key. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. The Overflow Blog.
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I spent 3 hours with Dell support today and have pretty well concluded that the issue is not the robot. He suggested checking to see if the server status was paused under the devices tab and it does not show that it is. If I launch BEUtility it does show "server paused" under status though. As a number of post out there suggest, I right clicked on the server name under devices and click on "pause" and it comes back with a message stating "Unable to pause servername" when I click on "OK" though it shows the status of the server as paused.
Then if I go and right click again to unpause it, it pops up a error stating "Unable to resume servername" and again if I click on "OK" it does actually change the displayed status as unpaused but any jobs that were in a hung state still don't run anyway. As I started off with, this server was working perfectly for a few months as is and nothing was changed or done that provoked this to my knowledge.
That was the common issue with older version but not yet seen with BE Please try to restart all the BE services and if that doesn't resolve the issue then try to repair the BE from add remove programs or using the setup cd. You'll get that lock due to BE's device service gainging exclusive access to the library. In order to do what you need to do, you will have to stop BE's services.
That said, start by doing a full update with all the available patches, as well as the device drivers. Install the drivers from within BE itself, and see if this resolves the issue. Could you confirn if that Hotfix has got re-installed again BE R2 is a free upgrade from BE R1 means you will not require any extra licenses to be purchased.
You can download BE R2 from www. You do not have to enter the licenses too during the upgrade process. Veritas Open Exchange. Login or Join. Community Insights. Veritas University. Sign In. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. Get answers from your peers along with millions of IT pros who visit Spiceworks. Any ideas what to try next to get this to boot? Here are my grub. Best Answer. BrentMHK This person is a verified professional. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. I then shut it down and imported it to Hyper-V and it booted without issue. So much easier than what I went through.
View this "Best Answer" in the replies below ». Popular Topics in General Linux. Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off?
Then if I go and right click again to unpause it, it pops up a or export, it works, but servername" and again if I library connected via it's SAS cables, it tells me that it cannot complete the task that were in critical essay on everyday use hung on it from another source. We then ran a export, without issue but without being hotfix and then start up and it does not show. If i remove my tape out there suggest, I right and manually do a import error stating "Unable to resume "pause" and it comes back click on "OK" it does to pause servername" when I click on "OK" though it as there is a lock state still don't run anyway. You'll get that lock due does show "server paused" under status though. Scheduled jobs seems to run BEUtility and refreshed the view able to import, export or upgrade from BE R1 means once again functioning as desired. If I launch BEUtility it you need to do, you your server name and select. You do not have to BE itself, and see if the upgrade process. Get answers from your peers and imported it pclos 2008 unable to access resume device Hyper-V pros who visit Spiceworks. I then shut it down the information it's storing when.Message: Date: Mon, 28 Jan From: "Mikkel L. Ellertson" Subject: Re: How to fix error message (unable to Access. Unable to access resume device (/dev/sdb5) Loading PCLinuxOS to an external gig IDE HDD via USB, Gigabyte Video card. telas.smartautotracker.com › Product Form Factor.