Ubuntu can't boot OCELOT LUCID
rtgkid at gmail.com
Fri May 18 15:35:45 UTC 2012
On 05/18/2012 09:51 AM, tobias schwibingerr wrote:
> good afternoon ryan
> thank You for help.
> is it to custom here to write to all members
> or call one person
> now ryan?
> the situation
> I put in
> live CD
> the machine is starting and running text modus.
> then linux is changing to grafik mode
> crash black screen
> or frozen.
> hardy=no problem
> ubuntu older than hardy also booting fine.
> I dont know.
> I suggest, hardy is checking vga before changing to grafik
> ocelot does not check it and crash.
> Can You understand this?
> thank You for help
> --- Ryan Gauger /<rtgkid at gmail.com>/ schrieb am *Fr, 18.5.2012:
> Von: Ryan Gauger <rtgkid at gmail.com>
> Betreff: Re: Ubuntu can't boot OCELOT LUCID
> An: kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Datum: Freitag, 18. Mai, 2012 16:08 Uhr
> Good morning, Tobias. Very good questions you have. I think I can
> answer the first half-way, and I am sure I can answer your second
> question. Do you get past the boot screen with Oneiric and Lucid?
> In the boot screen (GRUB), to boot into different operating
> systems (different versions of Ubuntu/Kubuntu/Xubuntu/etc, Windows
> or other OS), when inside GRUB, select between the different
> operating systems by using the down and up keys on the keyboard.
> Then, press the enter/return key on the keyboard to boot the
> selected operating system. Do you know this is a VGA problem? If
> so, I have no clue how to solve this, unless you install drivers
> for VGA. If you install VGA driver software, you are installing
> this inside the operating system, not GRUB. Therefore, if this is
> a GRUB problem, the problem will still persist with GRUB, even
> after installing driver software.
> For your second question, this is a Kubuntu-only support centre.
> Ubuntu questions should be asked in _Ubuntu Forums_ or _Ask
> Ubuntu_. I hope this helps!
> In Christ,
> On 05/18/2012 08:13 AM, tobias schwibingerr wrote:
>> good morning
>> I am very new with linux.
>> but I can use evolution and firefox and this is better than win
>> my question:
>> I only can boot hardy
>> but not lucid or ocelot
>> it is a vga problem.
>> is f4 the right way?
>> shall I mail lspci oder lshal?
>> second question
>> is this a community for linux and ubuntu and xubuntu and so on
>> or only for kubuntu.
>> thank your forwarf for help
>> --- Kaj Haulrich /<kaj at haulrich.net>
>> </mc/compose?to=kaj at haulrich.net>/ schrieb am *Fr, 18.5.2012:
>> Von: Kaj Haulrich <kaj at haulrich.net>
>> </mc/compose?to=kaj at haulrich.net>
>> Betreff: Re: Ubuntu can't boot from ASUS P8P67 PRO
>> An: "Kubuntu user technical support"
>> <kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
>> </mc/compose?to=kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
>> Datum: Freitag, 18. Mai, 2012 07:08 Uhr
>> On 05/18/2012 01:06 AM, Linux User wrote:
>> > On 05/17/2012 11:34 PM, Kaj Haulrich wrote:
>> >> On 05/17/2012 10:27 PM, Linux User wrote:
>> >>> Asus P8P67 pro is not booting into Kubuntu/Ubuntu. it has
>> >>> boots into Windows only. Kubuntu's grub was installed on
>> sda (the
>> >>> only HDD)
>> >> You will have to reinstall, this time telling the
>> installer to put
>> >> grub on the EFI-partition.
>> > which one will be EFI partition? How to find? It's dual
>> boot with
>> > Windows on sda1 and Ubuntu installed on sda2
>> I guess there must be a way to see the EFI partition from
>> inside Windows - sometimes called the 'system' or 'hidden'
>> partition. Not sure though, because first thing I do with a
>> new computer is to erase Windows completely.
>> However, on a EFI-system, when installing Linux you'll have
>> to create an EFI partition (around 100 MB) anyway and put
>> grub-efi on it. On my system that is sda2. As far as I can
>> tell there is no way of getting rid of this UEFI rigmarole
>> and revert to the good, old BIOS.
>> There is some further information here:
>> Kaj Haulrich.
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Good afternoon, I hope your day is going well. I usually will reply-all,
if that is what you mean. This is because other people on the list can
see my emails and if I say something wrong or incorrect, they can reply
and correct it. I also do it just so everybody is in the loop on what is
If Oneiric (and newer) crash after trying to boot, and hardy (and older)
boot fine, then it must be an internal error, or an error that is in the
system when Oneiric/newer boots. It may very well be the VGA problem as
you suggest. I have never experienced this, so I am able to give you
information to the best of my abilities without being able to see what
you are seeing, so if I don't solve the problem or figure out an answer,
I am sorry. Does Persistent boot? Persistent is the newest stable
version of Kubuntu. Thanks!
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