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Note the comments about using a more current version of the ISO, but your problem may be that you have a separate /home partition. Assuming your "newinstall" is a user home directory, the partition starts with /newinstall,,, not /home in the line set isofile="/newinstall/kubuntu-14.10-desktop-amd64.iso" loopback loop (hd1,6)$isofile The other potential ...
the answer, if ever, is in the man page of mkisofs, because growisofs forwards the arguments about content to this program. The newer releases of cdrtools support an option -find with mkisofs. See http://cdrtools.sourceforge.net/private/man/cdrecord/mkisofs.8.html After reading the description of -find, examples, and dead link, i would try growisofs -Z ...
You can create an ISO image using systemback To install log in to your Ubuntu in VMWARE and in terminal type: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nemh/systemback sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install systemback Then copy the iso image from VMWARE to main desktop and use it to reinstall into a new system.
If you want to get the Ubuntu file system from the Ubuntu ISO image you might want to look inside (archive) file casper/filesystem.squashfs from the Ubuntu ISO image. Un-archiving this file on the target file system is actually part of the Ubuntu installation procedure (performed by the Ubuntu installer, which does other things as well so in the end one can ...
Unetbootin does the job of making a bootable USB, but for recent versions of Hiren's CD to work, a small fix must be made for the menu to work: Open the Software Center and install UNetbootin . Create the bootable USB using the Diskimage option and selecting the downloaded ISO. After the USB is created, mount it in Nautilus (just click the USB drive icon), ...
The problem is most likely caused by using unetbootin or the Universal-USB-Installer. EFI booting has complicated the installation procedure and these utilities are known to sometimes have problems creating an-EFI installer correctly. There's really no longer any reason not to simply use dd to create the USB installer, especially since you already have a ...
Make sure you enable bootable DVD media in your BIOS menu. Most BIOS menus are activated by pressing the F1-F12 keys just when the system starts. After altering the BIOS save changes. Now you should be able to boot through DVD. If not make sure that in the BIOS DVD is set to boot first than the hard drive.
Ubuntu Server edition installation without a network connection is a standard release test case. The procedure is documented, and I observe a revision edit was just done in late January, 2014. The test case. If required I'll figure out how to copy the content herein.
You could just dd the DVD contents to a new ISO and compare it to the original ISO: dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/tmp/Vicibox_test.iso md5sum /tmp/Vicibox_test.iso If you get the same MD5SUM then the optical drive is capable of reading the media without errors.
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