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i got the same thing but first back up your HDD and then grab your UBUNTU SETUP DISK/DRIVE and use it to go into advanced options (if you can) and select REPAIR


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you might be getting an error if your hosts or hostname file contain illegal characters. Only these symbols are permitted: a-z, A-Z, 0-9


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In AWS, go to your vpc and turn on "DNS Hostnames".


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Download it again via bittorrent. It's a better way. For many years, I always download Linux distros using bittorrent and always check the checksums. I can't remember any mismatch.


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As Fabby indicates this can be done with dd however it can be a time consuming process and as dd doesn't provide status during the wipe I prefer to use dc3dd for these tasks. The command to wipe a drive with dc3dd is sudo dc3dd wipe=/dev/sdX where X is the drive you wish to wipe (a in your comment, c in my case). dc3dd will provide output regarding the ...


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apt-get aborts when it wants interactive confirmation but can't read input from stdin. For example, anyone (with pending upgrades) can reproduce this behavior by redirecting /dev/null to stdin: skath@tahiti:~$ sudo apt-get upgrade < /dev/null Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Calculating upgrade... ...



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