Error about USB device not accepting address on live CD [was: Re: help]
szuting at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 28 01:38:21 UTC 2008
I did run the CD test on the Ubuntu boot screen and the CD was burned without errors. I will try out ubuntu 8.10.
--- On Sun, 10/26/08, Mario Vukelic <mario.vukelic at dantian.org> wrote:
> From: Mario Vukelic <mario.vukelic at dantian.org>
> Subject: Error about USB device not accepting address on live CD [was: Re: help]
> To: szuting at yahoo.com, "Ubuntu user technical support, not for general discussions" <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Date: Sunday, October 26, 2008, 2:54 AM
> On Fri, 2008-10-24 at 00:05 -0700, ng szu wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > I need a favor, I am new to LINUX World and I am now
> facing problem to
> > install ubuntu 8.04 properly in my ACER ASPIRE M5641.
> I am runnig
> > this computer with Vista windows and everything is
> going fine.
> > However, problem occurs when boot ubuntu 8.04 from
> live CD.
> > I have tried few times and facing different
> conditions, sometimes I
> > managed to get to the ubuntu desktop, but all my USB
> ports were
> > disable, I couldn't move my mouse and keyboard.
> Sometimes it just
> > failed to load and the error message was: usb2-2
> couldn't read from
> > address 6,error 110; usb2-2 couldn't read from
> address 7,error 110
> > and etc.
> Unfortunately, I could not find any Ubuntu installation
> reports for this
> particular model on Google, and searching for the error
> message didn't
> turn up anything, either. Is it possible that you did not
> give the exact
> wording of the error message? Because I _did_ find many
> Google hits for
> 'usb "device not accepting address"'
> See these:
> http://www.linux-usb.org/FAQ.html#ts6 (and linked from the
> And in general:
> You could try to download the release candidate of the
> upcoming release
> 8.10. If its live CD works, then at least you know that it
> was an issue
> with the Linux kernel in 8.04.
> See http://releases.ubuntu.com/releases/8.10/
> If 8.10 does not work either, then it is more likely that
> there is an
> issue with your laptop (maybe BIOS), your USB cabling or
> one of the
> attached USB devices.
> (Not however, that 8.04, which you chose, is a so-called
> Support (LTS) release and offers 3 years support for
> desktop software,
> while 8.10 will have onl1 18 months.)
> You should also make sure that the CD was created
> * Did you check the mde5sum of the downloaded image
> to make sure
> that it was transferred properly? (see
> * Did you run the CD test on the Ubuntu boot screen
> to make sure
> that the CD was burned without errors?
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