Sorry for the crummy title. Anyway, I am having a problem getting my Asus EEE PC 1011CX-MU10-BK to boot with Ubuntu 12.04.2. It will show the Asus logo screen and then go into a purple screen. From there, A screen comes up saying the aufs root system has successfuly set up and that GPU timed out, but it still continues to boot. Where it stops is a screen that says:
[ 32.686892] aufs au_xino_do_write:380:colord: I/O Error, write failed (4294967268) [ aufs au_xino_do_write:416:colord: I/O Error, write failed (-5)
The screen says that twice, but the second time, it has a different set of numbers. It proceeds to stay on the page indefinitely. I have looked around and found nothing that helps me. One of the things I have tried is the Ctrl+Alt+F1 terminal thing. When my username is entered, it says asks me for my password. When I try to type in my password, nothing shows up. There are no astericts (*) or anything. The line space next to the word password stays blank. When I press enter, it says "login incorrect." It looks like this:
Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS system-2ca895 tty1 system-2ca895 login: ryahel1 Password: Incorrect login system-2ca895 login:
It is a school netbook. Is there some admin thing I need? I don't know very much about Ubuntu. If there is anything I was unclear on, please tell me and I will try to specify as best as I can. Any suggestions are very helpful and much appreciated! Also, sorry for the length of this post.