Very frustrating. I've already burned 3 fresh DVDs with a newly downloaded install ISO. I'm trying to install Precise Pangolin the server edition, 32-bit. 12.04.3 to be exact.
First, each time I have created a DVD, I check the integrity and it fails. A few times the DVD would not boot. Finally, on the third DVD, it booted, and I have been able to get to the step for Base Installation. I've already tried slowing down the burn speed to get a good copy of the ISO but even when I slowed down to 4x, the integrity check still failed.
All that aside, as I've said, I've managed to get to the Base Installation step when all of a sudden, I see this message:
Please insert the disc labeled: 'Ubuntu-Server 12.04.3 LTS Precise Pangolin - Release i386 (20130820.2)' in the drive '/media/cdrom/' and press enter.
OK, so first I don't understand the message. I already have a DVD that is supposedly entitled that in the DVD drive. Why do I need to place a CD in the cdrom drive????
I've searched posts and lots comes close to fixing this problem but nothing has worked. For example, I pressed "Left Ctrl+F1", got to the console, and then tried to edit a file named sources.list. Well, doesn't exist where people tell me to look :(
Anyone know what is wrong, what I need to do? I thought using Ubuntu was supposed to be easy and I've already spent hours just trying to get through an installation process.