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I'd like to be able to disable the Ubuntu splash screen that I see on boot with the indicator meter of progress, and replace that with a text-only readout of the boot up process (such as you can get by hitting the esc key during the splash screen). I
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After upgrading my laptop from karmic to lucid, my fat32 partition won't mount automatically. I get the message: The disk drive for /osshare is not ready yet or not present Continue to wait; or Press S to skip mounting or M for manual recovery Funny
I am trying to boot Ubuntu 13. 04 in VirtualBox, but every time I boot, I get an error that says: SMBus base address uninitialized - upgrade BIOS or use force_addr=0xaddr This happens right after I start the virtual machine, and the operating system
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[Impact]RAID and LVM users may run into a cryptic warning on boot from GRUB; because some variants of RAID and LVM are not supported for writing by GRUB itself. GRUB would typically try to write a tiny file to the boot partition for things like remem
[Impact]It is common to use usb-creator to write new USB devices with a version of Ubuntu which will then be used to upgrade or proceed with a new installation. In some cases, when using a specific match of versions of Ubuntu with an incompatible sys
Yes, kexec is intended to boot kernels, but nothing's stopping you from kexec'ing to any binary (a "statically linked" binary that doesn't depend on libraries or an existing running OS and is meant to run under preboot conditions) you want, whether a
Here is my /etc/default/grub: # If you change this file, run 'update-grub' afterwards to update # /boot/grub/grub. cfg. GRUB_DEFAULT=0 GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true GRUB_TIMEOUT=10 GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev
Ubuntu and most other Linux distributions now use the GRUB2 boot loader. You can change its settings to select a default operating system, set a background image, and choose how long GRUB counts down before automatically booting the default OS. We co