ragweed at e-pops.org
Wed Feb 27 16:03:17 UTC 2008
I have checked and I have 384 Mg of ram at 700 Megahertz.
Brian Beattie wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-02-27 at 05:59 -0600, Joseph wrote:
>> It's a new and unused drive of 20 Gb. The reason I'm using 20 is
>> because it's an older Gateway machine and I can't seem to get a larger
>> drive to work as a "C" drive.
>> It apparently stops loading. It goes through all the loading references
>> on the brown Ubuntu screen, but then it goes to another screen and
>> doesn't seem to move from there.
>> Oh yes, I've waited to between one and two hours for it.
>> I'll try it again this evening and see if it will load over night.
> How much memory do you have? I saw what sounds like to the same thing
> until I realized I did not have enough memory. If that is the case try
> the Alternate Install CD.
>> Raseel Bhagat wrote:
>> Couple of questions :
>> 1. Are you sure that there is enough space in the partition that you
>> are trying to install Ubuntu
>> 2. What exactly do you mean by stops ? Does it give any error ? Have you
>> tried waiting for some more time.
>> My best guess is that due to low RAM, the amount of time taken to copy
>> installation files is more. Try again and wait for more time this time.
>>> Joseph <ragweed at e-pops.org <mailto:ragweed at e-pops.org>> wrote:
>>> I may sound quite unknowlegeable in this, and that's because I am.
>>> I have put Ubuntu v6.06.1 on a DVD. Recently I attempted to
>>> install it
>>> into my system. It didn't go. It began through some of the initial
>>> installation files, but then stopped.
>>> I have a 20Gb hard drive with an 80Gb secondary drive. I have (if I
>>> recall correctly) 387 meg of ram. I know that 512 is best, but that's
>>> what I have.
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