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I am trying to install Ubuntu on My Toshiba laptop, it is a 64 bit system and is running windows 7 I keep on getting this error

Error executing command

command=C:\Users\A'den\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA524.tmp\bin]resize2fs.exe -C:\ubuntu\disks\root.disk17744M
stdout=resie2fs 1.40.6 (09-Feb-2008)
2fs.exe-f C:/disks/root.disk 17744M [-d debug_flags] [-f] [-F] [-p] device [new-size]

and the log file reads

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Is that an apostrophe in your username or did you just type that out by hand? Can you post more of the log please (or pastebin it). Thanks – bcbc Oct 25 '12 at 1:54

You have to install Wubi the way you install any other windows exe. Don't use any commands. When you restart Windows you will be asked which operating system to use - Windows 7 or Ubuntu.

I used this link -

Everything was so easy and worked.

Start over and follow all the instructions on the site. :)

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