schaefer.jason at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 23:33:38 GMT 2008
Sounds like your install might have been unsuccessful. Try re-installing again.
On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Cristian Videla
<cristianvidela at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a brand new Ubuntu's last version user. I decided to install it to get
> involved into these Linux Plataform OS.
> I have an Intel processor: 2.13 GHz
> Memory: 750 Mb
> 64 Mb video card
> I have Windows XP into one of my HD, I have 2 of them, 80 Gb each one. I
> installed Ubuntu in the empty one HD. From an ISO image I had downloaded
> from Ubuntu's Official Page.
> After having downloaded the image, I checked it by comparing it by reading
> the hashes, it matched succesfully!. Then I burned it up!, I installed by
> using a Cd.
> The installation was completely succesfull.
> But...when I rebooted my PC (the Cd was previously removed), when i picked
> up Ubuntu as my OS at starting up...there a message like (initramfs) and a
> space waiting for me to enter a command. Why? What did it happen? Does
> always Ubuntu behave this way? Does it have graphic interface??? No?
> I trusted Ubuntu, I mean I wanted a safe OS, but I need some help, so
> please...reply me soonn.
> Thank you!.
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