[xubuntu-users] Xubuntu on Aspire One D255

Raul wraulruiz at gmail.com
Wed Apr 10 21:35:36 UTC 2013

Colombia,  10 de abril de 2013.

Yo tuve el mismo problema con un Acer Aspire 3690.
Es mas, sin moverlo de lugar,  de un día para otro se quedaba muerto al 
iniciar y por nada funcionaba.
Tambien reinstalé varias veces, hasta que me aburrió tanta molestia, por 
lo cual opté por desinstalar el Xubuntu de mi máquina, y hasta
el día de hoy no lo he vuelto a poner.
Es evidente que existe algun problema con este hardware.
Ademas nunca encontré un driver apropiado para la tarjeta de video, ya 
que el que opta por defecto no permite variaciones en la densidad
sino que lo deja fijo en 1024 por 768 o algo asi.  Y por lo que estuve 
investigando es muy dificil encontrar e instalar uno que funcione bien.

Raul Ruiz.

El 10/04/2013 03:26 p.m., Joshua O'Leary escribió:
> Check the disk for errors on next reboot:
> touch /forcefsck
> If the problem carries on check for errors in the logs in 
> /var/log/fsck - hopefully there should be something providing an 
> indication of what the problem is. From the sound of it, it seems you 
> haven't even got past grub - try reinstalling grub:
> sudo grub-install /dev/sdX
> where X is your disk (you can find out more about disks by running 
> fdisk -l) , and then
> sudo update-grub.
> Hope this helps somewhat
> Joshua
> On 10/04/13 06:55, Greg Seymour wrote:
>> I have tried multiple installs and re=installs of X. onto this 
>> system. It works fine until you move the netbook.
>> Once install is complete, I d/l and install skype. This is the only 
>> non-standard software.
>> Power off / power on / log off / log on etc -- all goes well.
>> Then when I carry the netbook (and it's in perfect condition) to a 
>> different office, it refuses to boot up -- at all. Taking it back to 
>> the original location doesn't help. The system refuses to boot with 
>> this error message:
>> "error: attempt to read or write outside of disc 'hd0'.
>> Press any key to continue..._"
>> Pressing any key just loops back to the same screen.
>> This is a good system for the netbook when it's working, light and 
>> fast. This non-boot problem is just beyond me as a non-codewriter.
>> All help gratefully received.
>> Greg Seymour
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>> *Thompson Coupling Limited*
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