[Bug 1047873] Re: installation of Ubuntu 11.04 failed

Nele Noack n.s.n at web.de
Mon Sep 10 21:37:54 UTC 2012

Hi Luis!

1. Yes, I want to remove Unity from the pc of my sister because she uses
at school 11.04 and wants the same at home. I don't know exactly why.

2. No, I didn't. There was an option to exchange 12.04 for 11.04 and I
chose it.

3. I haven't tried it yet. And I don't know, if it is possible, I only
used the CD. Shall I try it out?

4. No, I didn't. But I am sure, that it is undamaged because befor me, a
friend used it and it worked.

You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu
Foundations Bugs, which is subscribed to ubiquity in Ubuntu.

  installation of Ubuntu 11.04 failed

Status in “ubiquity” package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  I had two OS, Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows Vista. I wanted to replace Ubuntu 12.04 by Ubuntu 11.04.
  When I tried to install Ubuntu 11.04 from Desktop CD, the installer crashed while copying the files. The error message suggested to send an error report to you with the files  >>/var/log/syslog<< and >>/var/log/partman<<. 

  Then, this window appeared:
  >>The installer encountered an unrecoverable error. A desktop session will now be run so that you may investigate the problem or try installing again.<<

  I have tried to install Ubuntu 11.04 again, the same result.

To manage notifications about this bug go to:

More information about the foundations-bugs mailing list