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If it was me, I would try a couple things: Try installing in parallel with your OSX partition. The Ubuntu installer will allow you to do this very easily. See if it actually installs with this error when you boot from the Ubuntu partition. If you don't see the problem, just reinstall onto the whole disk and you'll be fine. If you do, make sure you have ...


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There is nothing like it 'comes with CD or DVD' it is a ISO file image that is used for writing it to optical as well as flash disk drive . ISO file format is a archive file which creates a disk Image and can be easily burned to any of the optical/flash disk drives. for more info see this


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You can download it from the link below: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/14.04/release/


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You can download every version of Ubuntu ISO files[CD IMAGES] and other components of Ubuntu from the following link. Ubuntu CD Image Releases.


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Can you run df -h to confirm that you are actually running out of space? As for deleting files with the LiveCD, try using sudo to remove the directory as root. Run sudo nautilus to use Nautilus or sudo rm on the command line.


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(rtl8723au is not an Ethernet driver, but a wireless network adapter driver.) While you could do complicated things just to get a network connection during the installation process, I suggest to drop that idea and just proceed without network connection. Then, after the installation has finished, boot your fresh installation, install the driver and update ...


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I believe you can run your distro as live from hard disk itself. You can create manual entry in grub2 as per the instruction in given link run-linux-live-images-from-hard-disk-in-linux. But still i am searching for a way to make it persistent. I hope that helps.


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There is a method of creating a live CD, customized on Help.Ubuntu.com


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Your system's booting from Hard drive before the cd . 1 You can choose the boot by typing F8 keyboard button in the starting. 2 you can change this in the bios boot . you have to make it boot from cd before the hdd . next time share the bios version . if you are running windows type in command : sysinfo you will find the bios version if you are ...


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Just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on a Gateway MX6920 last night! Glad there are a few of us left out there keepin' it real (like back in 2005, yo). Since I didn't trust the burner not to make mistakes after all these years of abuse, I ran it on the second-to-lowest speed setting to make sure there were no errors. I think it was 2x speed burning using "Free ISO ...



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