I have been trying to get Ubuntu 12.04.1 (desktop-i386) running on my laptop. Have burned a boot-able CD containing 12.04.1. It allows me the option of Trying out Ubuntu before installing, but the installation fails. It cites an
input/output error Errno5.
I have tried burning another disc and using another USB disc drive, but they all give the same result as above.
I then downloaded the
alternate-i386 and loaded it onto a boot-able USB flash-drive. During installation, it produced an error as well, and selecting the option to check the CD's integrity produced the following:
The ./pool/main/1/linux/nic-usb-modules-3.2.0-29-generic-pae-di_3.2.0-29.46_i386.udeb file failed the MD5 checksum verification. Your CD-ROM or this file may have been corrupted.
Proceed to check the integrity of the aforementioned CD produced the same message as well. Any help guys? Really want to get Ubuntu up and running.