[xubuntu-users] Booting error message before splash screen

Jean-Philippe Provost jp.provost at soccer-beauport.qc.ca
Sun Jul 27 23:29:44 UTC 2014

Hi Rog,

No, I didn't select this option. Otherwise, I see something about "HD" in
the messages...

By the way, I have Xubuntu 13.10. Is there a way to upgrade to the latest
version of Xubuntu without losing anything?


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2014-07-27 16:28 GMT-04:00 Rog <linux.rog at gmail.com>:

>  On 07/27/2014 04:20 PM, Jean-Philippe Provost wrote:
>  Hi everyone!
> I got two lines or error message when I boot Xubuntu, but I am unable to
> see what it's written because the splash screen of Xubuntu appears. I don't
> have any problems in booting into Xubuntu and use it, but I would like to
> fix those error messages. I take a look in /var/log/boot and there's
> nothing suspicious...
> Any idea?
>  P.S.: I got the last version of Xubuntu on a Dell Inspiron 5000 series.
>  JP.
>  Did you select the option to encrypt a partition when installing Ubuntu?
> If so, there is commonly a momentary message to the effect that the swap
> partition is not ready (not unencrypted). It lasts but a moment and
> disappears.
> If that is it, don't worry. Just wait for the swap partition to "be ready."
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