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I've created a partition in ext3 on my second HDD to install Linux.

However, when I come to boot the CD, I get directed to a BusyBox prompt with no other choice than help.

Other topics I've read on the subject where bound to the idea Ubuntu has been already installed, and that the partition needs to be just indicated or else. But since I've no Ubuntu installed, neither have I any partition that Ubuntu should consider like that.

How can I go through that?

Long Version:

The first time i've run the live CD at boot, it run well until i decided to activate the integrity verification, then it started to load then i had the "busybox" prompt error.

I've reloaded a image, burnt it slowly, but then it occurs the same.

I'll be giving details about the hardware configuration soon.

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