See the following link, that explains how to use boot options (live). I'm using the 32-bit CD image burned to a CD-R. I used the md5 instructions you provided and discovered that the signature of my downloaded version did not match the signature on the releases page. Tried booting as AHCI and UEFI to the drive in my BIOS. his comment is here
When you're dealing with 700MB of data in one go, the probability doesn't have to be all that high. I guess I can look forward to the upcoming problems with BlueRay. The USB key was formatted before writing the ISO image. i tried with a cd but it gave me this: . : [ alias break cd chdir command continue echo eval exec exit export false getopts hash help let local printf http://askubuntu.com/questions/5996/unable-to-mount-dev-loop0-during-install
I've had this issue with some other other distros, and those worked without any problem. Blogger's new Dashboard A First Look ! IKT (ikt) on 2011-03-19 Changed in ubuntu: status: Confirmed → Incomplete Bruno Desthuilliers (bruno-desthuilliers) wrote on 2011-04-10: #44 casper log (cf https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper) Edit (18.7 KiB, text/plain) Same error here - ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso Even the CD iso burnt on a normal DVD works fine.
Easy way to create UEFI only bootable flash drive http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2299040 If UEFI only, then can just extract ISO with 7-zip to FAT32 formatted drive with boot flag on FAT32 partition. Now it works, go figure. Could it be that you have saved iso files in different directories, and you happen to test a good one but use a bad one? Harrison Harrison (harrbis) wrote on 2010-09-13: #3 I re-burned the cd and it gives me the same problem.
Tom (thomasmca) wrote on 2010-11-18: #31 > I get the same error booting 10.10 from USB on a new > Dell M6500 laptop. and Ubuntu for pc with low power --- 2) download the iso... --- 3) check the md5sum of the iso image, please don't forget to check... --- 4) burn the iso MediaTek MT6589 complete source available Finally the complete source for MediaTek's famous quad core SoC is available. http://lxle.net/forums/discussion/276/live-usb-key-doesnt-boot/p1 Nicolas Breton (nibr) wrote on 2010-10-12: #10 Ohh, I forgot, yes I've checked the MD5 checksums on the iso:s Cruster (panoskoutsias) wrote on 2010-10-12: #11 I confirm that the problem is
Try the fat format first, then create the usb with unetbootin. So, I've already downloaded the Ubuntu Desktop 3 times. Solution was to use a standard CD-R and it worked like a charm. Last edited by RamonB; October 29th, 2015 at 03:54 PM.
You should see, when the files are checked, and it should finish with 'Check finished: no errors found'. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/636711 Fixing Can not mount /dev/loop0 while installing Linux | Ubuntu | Mint | BackTrack I recently ran into this error in which it could not mount /dev/loop0 due to Input Output Try several of them, you can start with nomodeset. will try it tomorrow.
I'm using the 10.10 DVD. this content The ISO image is mounted to a virtual drive in VMWare and not burnt to a CD. UbuntuCommunityAsk!DeveloperDesignDiscourseHardwareInsightsJujuShopMore ›AppsHelpForumLaunchpadMAASCanonical current community chat Ask Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. I made a live-only pendrive.
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Thanks but it didn't worked. I'm trying to install on an IBM/Lenovo R61. My CD worked fine.
Dan Connolly (connolly) wrote on 2011-05-27: #57 I saw this problem with 11.04. I just had to press SPACE when I saw the little guy and keyboard...I wonder if others are making the same mistake, or is it just a noob mistake. BusyBox vX.XX.X(Ubuntu X:X.X.X-XXXXXX) built-in shell (ash)Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.(initramfs) mount: mounting /dev/loop0 on //filesystem.squashfs failed: Input/output errorCan not mount /dev/loop0 (/cdrom/casper/filesystem.squashfs) on //filesystem.squashfs This error is really check over here Tom (thomasmca) wrote on 2010-11-17: #29 I get the same error booting 10.10 from USB on a new Dell M6500 laptop.