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I am trying to install Ubuntu 22.04 on my HP Envy 13-ag0700ng. I created a boot stick using Balena Etcher and Rufus, both options with the same results. You can find the console output in the attached images. I used Zorin (an Ubuntu-based distro) before and I am now trying to switch to Ubuntu because of different issues. One is that Zorin often did not boot because of the network resolution/sync jobs that also occur now :( (Fig.2). The new error can be seen in Fig.1 and is probably something I should resolve to install Ubuntu properly. It takes the system approximately 10 minutes to get to the first failed message.

udev error:

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network jobs:

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  • In my opinion more ram or another flavor.
    – nobody
    Sep 8 at 11:13
  • I tried 22, 20, and 18 all with the same result. More ram is not an option at the moment but shouldn't 8 GB be enough? Thanks anyways though (:
    – Clemens
    Sep 9 at 6:32
  • Man it is OEM killer. Forget my previous comment. 🤐
    – nobody
    Sep 9 at 7:52
  • I can't find useful information on that. How would I fix this issue you mentioned?
    – Clemens
    Sep 10 at 8:04
  • OOM killer (earlyoom)I mean. Sorry for confusing you. please have you tried to install with an usb Stick instead of an DVD?
    – nobody
    Sep 10 at 8:33

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