issues installing Lubuntu 17.04 beta 1
clanlaw at gmail.com
Mon Mar 13 19:45:14 UTC 2017
The DNS problem could be this, particularly if you are using a fairly old
On 13 March 2017 at 16:40, B S <bzipitidoo at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I installed Lubuntu 17.04 beta 1 on a private label Intel NUC with a core
> i5-6260U and a 250G SSD that came with Windows 10. I did not use wifi,
> though the system has it. Hooked it up to the LAN with an ethernet patch
> cable. The issues I ran into are:
> Twice, DNS didn't work after booting from the installation media (which I
> put on a USB flash drive). The system connected to the network. It even
> found some DNS servers. ping 18.104.22.168 worked. But somehow, DNS queries
> weren't working. ping google.com did not work. I edited
> /etc/resolv.conf to add 22.214.171.124 as a nameserver, and then it worked.
> Apparently, the first time I tried to install, it didn't detect that the
> system is UEFI. It asked me where to install GRUB. I am not familiar
> with UEFI, and didn't understand that it wasn't supposed to ask. I told
> it to put GRUB on /dev/sda. That didn't work, and I tried installing
> again, this time putting GRUB on /dev/sda1. That didn't work either, and I
> tried to edit the Windows boot with bcdedit. Didn't work, and broke
> Windows. Ended up zeroing out the start of the SSD, and scrounging up an
> external DVD drive so I could do a fresh install of Windows 10. Then I
> tried installing Lubuntu again, from the flash drive, and that time it
> worked, didn't ask where to install GRUB. From what I read, seems it's not
> easy to tell if a UEFI system is in UEFI mode, or in legacy BIOS mode. To
> me, it doesn't make sense that this is hard. Surely UEFI has some
> identifying feature to distinguish it from BIOS, that is easily queried, if
> only one knows how?
> Finally, I used rsync to copy my files. Some power saving, screen
> locking, and/or hibernating feature kicked in after a while (15 minutes?)
> and caused rsync to abort.
> That's all the issues I've run into so far. No doubt I'll see more
> problems when I start trying to use it.
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