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It's seems to be the booting process interrupted just after loading the initial Ram disk. This is due to the failure to mount the root file system(filesystem.squashfs). As everything works fine before editing the partition one or more of the following may be the reason for the failure. Change of UUID. Corrupted file(s) (filesystem.squashfs, vmlinuz) ...
I did not have any problem creating the pendrive and booting it... Did you create the perndrive as follows? The process involves 3 steps: Partitioning the pendrive. Making a bootable pendrive using Universal USB Installer. Adding Flags to the UUI partition and Completing the partitioning process. Step 1: Open GParted and partition the pendrive as ...
From the strace output it looks like you are missing the libXrandr.so.2 file. First make sure you have the libXrandr package installed and instlal it if you don't. It also looks like you are trying to run 32-bit application while your system is 64-bit. You can download the 64-bit version from the Ubuntu repository. You may have to enable Universe repository ...
If you already have the ISO downloaded, you can try using "dd" instead. Open up a terminal and type sudo dd if=/path/to/iso of=/dev/sdc
The pendrive is no longer mounted. Unplug the drive and plug it back in to mount the device.
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