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Finally made my custom kubuntu iso with the same Ubuntu Customization Kit, but this time I did it with help of VirtualBox. 1. First installed VirtualBox. 2. Then inside it, I installed a fresh copy of Kubuntu. Inside that, I installed Ubuntu Customization Kit. Then copied Kubuntu iso file, selected and configured it for my needs with Ubuntu Customization ...


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As your aim is just to have a total system backup, just use CloneZilla to make a clone ("image") of your system partition(s): 2 minutes of work, 30 minutes of waiting (depending on the size and speed of your computer) Even the set-up is easy: Hook up an external USB HD Boot the CloneZilla CD Clone partition using image (take the MBR too!) Done! If ...


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I've done this before, add the toram option to the grub/grub.cfg file, turning the linux ... noeject noprompt -- boot line into linux ... noeject noprompt toram -- If you've got the live iso on a usb drive with a FS that's writable it's a lot easier, just mount & edit the grub file. If you're using a cd/dvd or just dd'ing the iso straight to a usb ...


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Finally solved, First of all thanks to @LuisAlvarado who points me to run memtest86! When I run the memtest86 it restarted automatically after few seconds, I realize this means some kind of issues with the RAM memory. I removed all my RAM modules and begin to test them 1 by 1 and then I saw the issue with the 3rd module, somehow it's broken and was ...


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You could try Customizer: https://github.com/clearkimura/Customizer/wiki/FAQ I have used it with great success to make a customised boot flash drive containing my favourite disaster recovery tools. While I used it to add more packages to my customised image it can equally be used to remove packages. This is because one drops into a window where one uses ...


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From reading all the comments I understand you tried to install Ubuntu using WUBI.EXE from within Windows. See Is WUBI installation a full installation, or is it a live CD with persistent file or partition? and How do I know if I am running Wubi or a proper dual-boot? for more on WUBI. WUBI does not use the GRUB bootloader, but uses Windows' own ...


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If anyone thinks these images are OTT, please comment and I'll shrink them. I'm trying to be funny, I'm probably not managing This is because the bios is in the wrong order. You need to set the external HDD as the first boot item. Solution? Buy one of these? Is there another way to remove this without getting into BIOS? I'm not keen to walk ...


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Have you tried using Boot-Repair-Disk from sourceforge.com. I have had the same issue using an external hard drive. When you boot-up the Boot-Repair-Disk, one of the questions it will ask is if one of your hard drives is external, answer YES and allow the disk to setup GRUB with your external drive. The Boot-Repair-disk download is free, just burn it to DVD, ...


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This issue seems to be related to a bad block issue on your HDD. There is an awesome tool - WHDD to fix that http://whdd.org/ No one can promise you that you'll restore all your data on you HDD, but it might be real to do that.


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I used to see that problem when the new gnome3 first came out, it had corrupted "snowy" "old-tv-set-to-no-channel" type stuff here & there, and half the letters of various text was missing (just not there, like invisible letters). I think it was caused somehow by gnome + possibly unsupported graphics drivers, never fixed it but eventually gnome upgrades ...


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That works, has been working for a long time. When you boot from a live media, the first screen you see is: after pressing any key you get the menu to choose the language you want to use. All of the above holds only true for legacy BIOS - the Ubuntu UEFI boot menu has not had localisation yet.



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