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I know that this is an old question, but I stumbled upon it and it came very close to solving my problem on Ubuntu 14.04. I thought I would post some additional instructions to add to the answer that was given above by yossile. I had to make a few minor modifications to their instructions for complete success. Download the openssh-server package (this ...
this worked for me before installing there is a place to add some options (unfortunately do not remember where exactly, but definitely before installation, should be somewhere from when it shows the boot menu) add this nomodeset noapic noacpi
If you are still able to boot from CD, I would recommend downloading RescaTux or Gparted Live (http://gparted.org/livecd.php), and repairing your partitions. If you have a spare computer, you may be able to boot Gparted Live from USB and attempt the repair. The problem seems to be a corrupted partition table, and the only fix I know is to manually repair by ...
For me sudo umount -l -r -f /cdrom worked like a charm.
If you put the .iso on a USB stick (in a subdirectory called ubuntu, for example), you can boot from an optical disc, but pass isoscan/filename=/ubuntu/desktop-ubuntu-14.10-desktop-i386.iso on the kernel command line. (Which you type in manually from the boot screen, unless you edit the .iso before burning it.) So the computer boots syslinux from your ...
version 126.96.36.199 wget sourceforge.net/projects/filezilla/files/FileZilla_Client/188.8.131.52/FileZilla_184.108.40.206_i586-linux-gnu.tar.bz2 tar -xjvf FileZilla_220.127.116.11_i586-linux-gnu.tar.bz2 Note extracting folder. Here filezilla3 sudo rm -rf /opt/filezilla* sudo mv **FileZilla3** /opt/**filezilla3** sudo ln -sf /opt/**filezilla3**/bin/filezilla ...
Short: don't use DVI-D, use HDMI >:( In this post you can see what happened. https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/107281/instaling-linux-on-a-machine-with-asrock-z87-extreme-6 Long time been since, jsut saw that I left this question open. Closed now!
Just had this exact problem. The 'fix' was to simply download the right version of the drivers - there are 32 and 64 bit versions provided on this site: http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/ I had downloaded the 32 bit (because I hadn't read the filename, just saw .deb and downloaded) but actually needed the 64 bit version - maybe the OP did ...
Ubuntu Oneric (11.10) has been end of life for a very very long time, and the repositories no longer exist for it on http://in.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ 12.04 is the earliest version with decent support life left. 10.04 still has a couple of months of support for the server version, but i'd recommend 12.04 or 14.04 if you can use either of those.
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