[ubuntu-studio-users] ubuntu-studio INSTALLED

Yves Yves yves537 at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 21 07:35:02 UTC 2020

Hi Thomas,
 As mentioned above UBUNTUSTUDIO finally installed (after 5 nites of trying)*
. . . by choosing to install along side of UBUNTU 19.10 ?
Select Dive SCSI1
Ubuntu 19.10 /dev/sda2(ext4) 257.5GB     Ubuntu Studio /dev/sda2(ext4) 242.0GB
there  was an error during the 1st step of installation tho, just before the "Install" Welcome page-"you may wish to read the release notes" which said something like this in multiple repetitions ( a black page that lasted only one second);
Error communicating with TPM chip .....but that can be turned on again in the BIOS which will apparently resolve this issue. Thank-you so much for any and all assistance you provided.
p.s. so does this mean both UBUNTU and UBUNTUSTUDIO are installed on this hard-drive and if so how does one decide which to utilize on start-up?

From: ubuntu-studio-users <ubuntu-studio-users-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com> on behalf of Thomas Pfundt <captain-tux at protonmail.ch>
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2020 10:41 AM
To: Ubuntu Studio Users <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-studio-users] Error 1965

Weird thing is UBUNTU installed & worked fine on this PC one week ago and it was only when trying to do a clean install of UBUNTUSTUDIO that things started to fail.

That's odd. Are you still able to successfully install regular Ubuntu like this? Maybe this could in fact be an Ubuntu Studio specific issue, then.

In case you are able to install Ubuntu, you could just sudo apt install ubuntustudio-installer and "upgrade" your regular Ubuntu to a Studio that way. It will work the same, just look different. If you are able to install Xubuntu, the difference will be even less, just visually.

sudo grub-install /dev/sda; sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
...according to all the info you now have been sent about this , should  dev/sada be 1 or 2 or what ?

Nothing, just /dev/sda. However this may only work if you disable everything UEFI boot. You should try this, it would be my preferred method of installing, anyway.

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