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  • How to delete/edit files from readonly filesystem

    - by Santosh Linkha
    I am having problem with my memory device (actually a memory card that act external memory device like pendrive). [email protected]:/var/www/zendtest$ sudo rm /media/A88F-8788/python-2.7.1-docs-html.zip rm: cannot remove `/media/A88F-8788/python-2.7.1-docs-html.zip': Read-only file system I tried to change the file permission of the system but that doesn't work [email protected]:/var/www/zendtest$ sudo chmod 0777 /media/A88F-8788/python-2.7.1-docs-html.zip chmod: changing permissions of `/media/A88F-8788/python-2.7.1-docs-html.zip': Read-only file system But it perfectly works on windows. UPDATE On opening the drive and running command sudo mount -o remount,rw /media/A88F-8788 /var/log/syslog: Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.257407] fat_get_cluster: 11 callbacks suppressed Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.257414] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.257418] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.257425] FAT: Filesystem has been set read-only Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.258187] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.258194] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.333787] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.333795] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.335949] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.335957] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.354903] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.354911] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.357213] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.357221] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.359547] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.359555] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.361929] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.361936] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.377416] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.377424] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.379384] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.379392] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.381898] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.381906] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.383764] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:35 workmateX kernel: [18149.383772] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.569747] fat_get_cluster: 11 callbacks suppressed Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.569754] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.569758] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.569765] FAT: Filesystem has been set read-only Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.572022] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.572029] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.582933] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.582941] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.585921] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.585929] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.587819] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.587827] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.597547] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.597555] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.599503] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.599511] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.602896] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.602905] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.615338] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.615346] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.618574] FAT: Filesystem error (dev sdb1) Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.618581] fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0) var/log/message: Mar 23 15:29:48 workmateX kernel: [18042.257407] fat_get_cluster: 11 callbacks suppressed Mar 23 15:31:40 workmateX kernel: [18154.569747] fat_get_cluster: 11 callbacks suppressed

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  • error:unknown filesystem grub rescue help

    - by Ridvan Çoban
    I'm trying to install ubuntu on my hdd which doesnt contain any operatin system, mbr or grub. (it has 3 partitions, 1st includes my data on ntfs file system, second is linux swap now, and third ex4 filesystem) Of course i don't want to lose my data on ntfs partition. Anyway i installed ubuntu on ex4 filesystem, selected sda as device for bootloader (not sda1,2 or 2). But i got error Error:unknown filesystem Grub rescue I tried ls command. It gives (hd0) , (hd,msdos1), (hd0,msdos2) and (hd0,msdos3). then tried ls (hd0)/, ls (hd0,1)/, ls (hd0,msdos2)/, ls (hd0,msdos3)/ to find the linux filesystem to boot. But i was unsuccessful. it all gave me unknown filesystem error. Am i missing or something?

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  • Repair ext4 filesystem on USB drive

    - by phineas
    Yet another filesystem question. I wanted to use a USB drive that I hadn't mounted for a month or so and was surprised by the fact Ubuntu was unable to mount it. I looked it up in the disk utility and it said it discovered a device with 17 MB instead of 2 GB. The hardware looks intact, I hope for the best for repairing the ext4 filesystem. I followed the instructions from HOWTO: Repair a broken Ext4 Superblock in Ubuntu, but I wasn't successful. # fsck.ext4 -v /dev/sdb e2fsck 1.42.5 (29-Jul-2012) ext2fs_open2: Bad magic number in super-block fsck.ext4: Superblock invalid, trying backup blocks... fsck.ext4: Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open /dev/sdb The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct ext2 filesystem. If the device is valid and it really contains an ext2 filesystem (and not swap or ufs or something else), then the superblock is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck with an alternate superblock: e2fsck -b 8193 Filesystem blocks are invalid, however when I run the recommended solution to try the alternate superblock, I get the following output: # e2fsck -b 8193 /dev/sdb e2fsck 1.42.5 (29-Jul-2012) e2fsck: Invalid argument while trying to open /dev/sdb plus the same error message as in the last paragraph above. Any ideas how to recover the drive? Thank you very much! Edit: testdisk won't help. I'm still stunned why the tools only discover 17 MB.

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  • Unknown filesystem error

    - by Ben
    My computer has (had) a dual boot of Ubuntu Precise and Windows 7. Recently, when I started the computer, grub gave me an error saying "Unknown filesystem", and sent me to grub rescue. I searched for solutions to this, and found this answer: Unknown filesystem error: grub rescue. I followed the instructions there, but they didn't really help: when I restarted the computer, it went straight to Windows without grub intervening at all (so it boots successfully, just not to the OS I want). This is the log from boot-repair. My Ubuntu partition is sda6. Naturally, I'm a little worried, since the log says "unknown filesystem type ''", which to me looks like the partition might be corrupt somehow. From the Ubuntu Live CD, I started gparted and looked at my partitions, and it also told me that my sda6 is an unknown filesystem. So my questions are basically: Can I restore Ubuntu to the way it was? If not, can I at least rescue the data I had on the partition somehow? Again, if I can't restore Ubuntu, how do I clean everything up so that I can reinstall it without too many complications? Another thing I should mention is that yesterday I had a similar problem where the computer told me there was a problem with the hard drive when it was starting, but it fixed itself by running fsck (that time it got past grub, and managed to start Ubuntu). Between that occasion and me having trouble booting the computer today, I have booted it successfully at least twice. Thanks for any help!

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  • usb drive filesystem?

    - by purbleguy
    So, school is approaching quickly, and one of the things on my supply list is a usb drive. Now I'm asking myself what filesystem to use. After some research, I found ext4 to be the most stable drive filesystem. But, I also found that Windows (The OS used by every computer in my school) can't read ext4 formatted drives without special drivers, and I'm sure the school wouldn't be too happy with me having to install the windows ext4 drivers on every computer I use with my usb. So, my question is, Should I use fat32, one of the ext filesystems (2, 3 or 4 would work) or NTFS, I have an ubuntu laptop, a Mac desktop, and of course the school computers I use are Windows, so which would be the best filesystem for my usb.

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  • filesystem types for partitions

    - by Tim
    I am going to dual-boot install Ubuntu1 10.04 on my laptop with Windows 7. I was wondering what filesystem types (such as ext2, ext3, ext4, ReiserFS and whatever might come into mind) are recommended for various possible partitions (such as /, home, /boot, swap, and others that might come into mind)and why? if ext4 is now stable enough for use for partitions in Ubuntu and Shared partition between Windows and Ubuntu? what journaling Options (writeback, ordered and journal) are recommended for each partition's filesystem? Thanks and regards!

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  • Ubuntu Server Read-Only Filesystem Issue

    - by Scott Deutsch
    We are running a virtual machine server with multiple virtual machines with ubuntu server edition 12.04 and every so often (usually after updates via webmin it seems), the hard-drive turns into read-only filesystem. Only two of the virtual machines get affected by this problem (that I noticed so far). What could be causing this issue? What could we try to fix this problem? Has anyone else had this problem before? If so, what did you do to fix it? If I use Aptitude instead of webmin, it will not turn into into a read-only filesystem. Though this could be a coincidence. Could it be a webmin issue? Thanks. UPDATE 1 Looks like this is not an update/webmin issue at all. How I know this is because one of the virtual servers is a git server and it turned into a read-only filesystem out of the blue today. With this new info provided to you, what should I try? Thanks.

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  • Open source embedded filesystem (or single file virtual filesystem, or structured storage) library f

    - by Ioan
    I'm not sure what the "general" name of something like this might be. I'm looking for a library that gives me a file format to store different types of binary data in an expanding single file. open source, non-GPL (LGPL ok) C interface the file format is a single file multiple files within using a POSIX-like file API (or multiple "blobs" within using some other API) file/structure editing is done in-place reliable first, performant second Examples include: the virtual drives of a virtual machine whefs HDF CDF NetCDF Problems with the above: whefs doesn't appear to be very mature, but best describes what I'm after HDF, CDF, NetCDF are usable (also very reliable and fast), but they're rather complicated and I'm not entirely convinced of their support for opaque binary "blobs" Edit: Forgot to mention, one other relevant question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1361560/simple-virtual-filesystem-in-c-c Another similar question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/374417/is-there-an-open-source-alternative-to-windows-compound-files Edit: Added condition of in-place editing.

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  • What filesystem for an external Harddrive (Linux/Mac/Windows)

    - by Marcel
    What Filesystem should I use for an external USB harddrive (500GB), with possibility to share with a Mac and Windows systems, for example at the office. Now it is NTFS but back in the day the NTFS support was not stable under Linux and I think it is not supported on a Mac. I would just use FAT32, but it has 4GB file size limitation, do I overlooked any other option? I looked here: filesystem types for partitions but a Mac is not mentioned. edit Windows is the least important, I am not sure if I need Windows support at all. So what would I use just for Linux and Mac?

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  • Virus that makes all files and folders read-only filesystem on a usb drive

    - by ren florento
    Is there any way on how to remove a virus from Windows that makes the files and folders and the usb drive itself a read-only filesystem as this is an annoying one because the virus keeps copying itself as long as it sees a folder and keeps running which prevents you from creating and deleting files and folders from the usb drive and makes " mount -o remount,rw '/path' " ineffective ? btw i'm not really sure if it is a virus but what makes me think that it is a virus is for the reason the it creates a .exe file within every folder which was named after folder and it also immediately reverts to read-only filesystem which locks the files and folders even after executing the command " mount -o remount,rw '/path' ". i also think the virus is just running only within the usb drive as it is not affecting the folders on ubuntu. I could choose to reformat the usb drive as it only contains few important files but what concerns me is if such virus or whatever you may call it gets into my backup drives that contains many important files.Thanks for any help and advice you could give.

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  • Block-level deduplicating filesystem

    - by James Haigh
    I'm looking for a deduplicating copy-on-write filesystem solution for general user data such as /home and backups of it. It should use online/inline/synchronous deduplication at the block-level using secure hashing (for negligible chance of collisions) such as SHA256 or TTH. Duplicate blocks need not even touch the disk. The idea is that I should be able to just copy /home/<user> to an external HDD with the same such filesystem to do a backup. Simple. No messing around with incremental backups where corruption to any of the snapshots will nearly always break all later snapshots, and no need to use a specific tool to delete or 'checkout' a snapshot. Everything should simply be done from the file browser without worry. Can you imagine how easy this would be? I'd never have to think twice about backing-up again! I don't mind a performance hit, reliability is the main concern. Although, with specific implementations of cp, mv and scp, and a file browser plugin, these operations would be very fast, especially when there is a lot of duplication as they would only need to transfer the absent blocks. Accidentally using conventional copy tools that do not integrate with the FS would merely take longer, waste some bandwidth when copying remotely and waste some CPU, as the duplicate data would be re-read, re-transferred and re-hashed (although nothing would be re-written), but would absolutely not corrupt anything. (Some filesharing software may also be able to benefit by integrating with the FS.) So what's the best way of doing this? I've looked at some options: lessfs - Looks unmaintained. Any good? [Opendedup/SDFS][3] - Java? Could I use this on Android?! What does [SDFS][4] stand for? [Btrfs][5] - Some patches floating around on mailing list archives, but no real support. [ZFS][6] - Hopefully they'll one day relicense under a true Free/Opensource GPL-compatible licence. Also, 2 years ago I had a go at an attempt in Python using Fuse at the file-level to be used over the top of a typical solid FS such as EXT4, but I found Fuse for Python underdocumented and didn't manage to implement all of the system calls. My first post here, so I can't post more than 2 links until I get over 10 rep: [3]: http://www.opendedup.org/ [4]: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SDFS&action=edit&redlink=1 [5]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Btrfs#Features [6]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZFS#Linux

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  • Way(s) of browsing the filesystem that are more flexible

    - by ixtmixilix
    I have two related questions, both probably (but not necessarily preferentially) accepting the same answer : When browsing or exploring the filesystem in a GUI, I want to be able to right click on the empty space between the files, choose a menu item and say 'open terminal in this folder,' optionally as root Do the converse when using the terminal, optionally as root I use Universe with kubuntu but have Debian Lenny running with gnome installed separately, so anything on kde or gnome would work

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  • "Unknown Filesystem" error without CDROM

    - by Utku Tarhan
    I've got a problem with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. At first I ran mount command on terminal. Then I restarted my computer. After that, when my computer opened there is writing this: error: unknown filesystem grub rescue I searched commands and I found ls command. I tried it and I got this: (hd0) (hd0,msdos5) (hd0,msdos1) My computer's DVD driver is broken and I tried to boot Ubuntu on USB but it doesn't worked. My computer's specs: PC Name: HP Presario F780ET Processor: AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-60 Ram: 2GB Ubuntu Version: 12.04 LTS

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  • How to format FAT32 filesystem infected with windows virus and that is write protected

    - by explorex
    Hi, I have a pendrive with FAT32 filesystem. it is infected with virus dont know which but has autorun.inf and create exe file within folder. I tried to format it with various filesystems and even try to delete it with GParted but couldn't because it says it is write protected i can't even delete files. How to format it? [email protected]:~$ sudo fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 19457 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0xbd04bd04 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 1 498 3998720 82 Linux swap / Solaris Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary. /dev/sda2 499 19457 152287585+ f W95 Ext'd (LBA) /dev/sda5 5100 10198 40957686 7 HPFS/NTFS /dev/sda6 10199 14787 36861111 7 HPFS/NTFS /dev/sda7 14788 19457 37511743+ 7 HPFS/NTFS /dev/sda8 499 5099 36956160 83 Linux Partition table entries are not in disk order Disk /dev/sdc: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 19457 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0xc13bc13b Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdc1 1 9729 78143488 7 HPFS/NTFS /dev/sdc2 9729 19457 78143488 7 HPFS/NTFS Disk /dev/sdb: 4194 MB, 4194304000 bytes 112 heads, 47 sectors/track, 1556 cylinders Units = cylinders of 5264 * 512 = 2695168 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0x00000000 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdb1 2 1557 4091904 b W95 FAT32

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  • Ubuntu 13.04 to 13.10: Filesystem check or mount failed

    - by SamHuckaby
    I attempted to upgrade from Ubuntu 13.04 to 13.10 today, and mid upgrade the system started flaking out, and eventually locked up entirely. I was forced to restart the computer, and am now unable to get the computer to boot up at all. When I boot currently, it takes me to the GRUB menu, and I can choose to boot normally, or boot in an older version. I have tried several things, which I list below, but no matter what, when I try to finish booting into Ubuntu, I receive the following error: Filesystem check or mount failed. A maintenance shell will now be started. CONTROL-D will terminate this shell and continue booting after re-trying filesystems. Any further errors will be ignored [email protected]:~# I have fun fsck -f and everything appears correct, no errors are reported. and it passes all 5 checks. If I run fdisk -l then I get the following information: Disk /dev/sda: 320.1 GB, 320072933376 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 38913 cylinders, total 625142448 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes Disk identifier: 0x00010824 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 2048 608456703 304227328 83 Linux /dev/sda2 608458750 625141759 8341505 5 Extended Partition 2 does not start on physical sector boundary. /dev/sda5 608458752 625141759 8341504 82 Linux swap / Solaris Disk /dev/sdb: 320.1 GB, 320072933376 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 38913 cylinders, total 625142448 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes Disk identifier: 0x0fb4b7e8 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdb1 8192 625139711 312565760 7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT I am considering just installing a new OS on the other disk, that currently has nothing on it, and then just attempting to scrape my data off the old disk (thankfully I didn't encrypt the files). Really my question is this: Can I salvage this Ubuntu install, or should I give up and just reinstall?

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  • Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit "unable to find medium with live filesystem" AFTER normal install

    - by user88710
    So, I got a new computer (64 bit quad core yada yada). pulled my Ubuntu SSD drive from old machine, installed it into new machine. (my intention here is to have Ubuntu installed on the 120G SSD, Win7 on the main drive) downloaded 64 bit Ubuntu, burned it to a disk. rebooted with Live CD, installed Ubuntu to the SSD drive, had no problems rebooted again, got the grub menu, selected Ubuntu after a minute i got this - "unable to find medium with live filesystem" booting into windows, explorer doesnt even see the SSD. Device manager sees it though. I assume this is because its formatted with ext4. so, The liveCD saw the SSD just fine, installed fine, but when i try to boot ubuntu, i get the error above, heeellllpppp! UPDATE: small update. Windows did a software update that apparently wiped out my grub, so I guess grub was installed on the main drive. I reinstalled Ubuntu (again) on the SSD drive but, still no joy with booting from it. same error message as above.

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  • X won't start, root filesystem mounted read only

    - by TK Kocheran
    I just experienced a very strange and puzzling problem on my machine that I can't seem to get sorted out. I was running Windows on a second partition, and everything was working great. I then went to restart into Linux, and noticed that X wouldn't start. Everything was displayed in super-low resolution, so I tried reinstalling my NVIDIA driver. I started seeing all of these I/O error problems, so I figured that my SSD was bad. After a bit more playing around, I ran fsck on the drive when mounted from a startup disk as well as badsectors and everything looked great. The SMART drive tests all passed and again, everything was looking good, so I rebooted again and still, no joy. I started then getting some weird USB errors, so I followed someone's advice and unplugged my computer's power supply, then started back up again and my graphics looked a lot better in the BIOS and in the boot logo, but X still wouldn't start. I then found out that my main boot drive was being mounted read-only for some reason. What's going wrong? I've done some pretty extensive tests on the SSD from a startup disk such as writing massive files, reading big files, running filesystem checks on the entire disk, and everything is looking great, until I try to boot. Whenever I try installing the drivers with apt-get, I get a ton of ata error messages looking like this: How can I diagnose what's going wrong and fix it so I can get back to work?

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  • Ubuntu boots in read-only filesystem after upgrade!

    - by akatzbreaker
    I got a serious problem here: I recently upgraded to the Latest Version of Ubuntu. Now, I boot to my Ubuntu Partition, and I get a Low-Graphics error! I boot to a Recovery-Mode to see what the Problem is. Then, I try to Fix any Damaged Packages, to run fsck but nothing solved the Problem. Then, from the Recovery Menu, I open a Root Shell. I try to create a File and I understand that the Filesystem is Read-Only. Then, I run: mount -o remount,rw / and it Worked for that Terminal Session! When I go back to recovery, I select to resume Boot Normally but I get the Same Error! a I also tried to Boot to my Root Shell again, remount as Read-Write and Start Gnome from there. It Worked! (But the user is ROOT, and is quite Dangerous!) However, I can't do all this proccess at every boot! Any Solution? (Note that when I try to create a new File in my Ubuntu Partition from another OS, I don't get any Errors!)

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  • Linux filesystem with inodes close on the disk

    - by pts
    I'd like to make the ls -laR /media/myfs on Linux as fast as possible. I'll have 1 million files on the filesystem, 2TB of total file size, and some directories containing as much as 10000 files. Which filesystem should I use and how should I configure it? As far as I understand, the reason why ls -laR is slow because it has to stat(2) each inode (i.e. 1 million stat(2)s), and since inodes are distributed randomly on the disk, each stat(2) needs one disk seek. Here are some solutions I had in mind, none of which I am satisfied with: Create the filesystem on an SSD, because the seek operations on SSDs are fast. This wouldn't work, because a 2TB SSD doesn't exist, or it's prohibitively expensive. Create a filesystem which spans on two block devices: an SSD and a disk; the disk contains file data, and the SSD contains all the metadata (including directory entries, inodes and POSIX extended attributes). Is there a filesystem which supports this? Would it survive a system crash (power outage)? Use find /media/myfs on ext2, ext3 or ext4, instead of ls -laR /media/myfs, because the former can the advantage of the d_type field (see in the getdents(2) man page), so it doesn't have to stat. Unfortunately, this doesn't meet my requirements, because I need all file sizes as well, which find /media/myfs doesn't print. Use a filesystem, such as VFAT, which stores inodes in the directory entries. I'd love this one, but VFAT is not reliable and flexible enough for me, and I don't know of any other filesystem which does that. Do you? Of course, storing inodes in the directory entries wouldn't work for files with a link count more than 1, but that's not a problem since I have only a few dozen such files in my use case. Adjust some settings in /proc or sysctl so that inodes are locked to system memory forever. This would not speed up the first ls -laR /media/myfs, but it would make all subsequent invocations amazingly fast. How can I do this? I don't like this idea, because it doesn't speed up the first invocation, which currently takes 30 minutes. Also I'd like to lock the POSIX extended attributes in memory as well. What do I have to do for that? Use a filesystem which has an online defragmentation tool, which can be instructed to relocate inodes to the the beginning of the block device. Once the relocation is done, I can run dd if=/dev/sdb of=/dev/null bs=1M count=256 to get the beginning of the block device fetched to the kernel in-memory cache without seeking, and then the stat(2) operations would be fast, because they read from the cache. Is there a way to lock those inodes and/or blocks into memory once they have been read? Which filesystem has such a defragmentation tool?

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  • Wubi and Vista 64 bits can't work

    - by Daok
    First of all, I have posted this issue at Ubuntu Forum without success yet. Hello, I have downloaded "kubuntu-9.10-desktop-amd64.iso" and I have mounted it on my Windows Vista 64 bits Ultimate. I have downloaded wubi 9.10. The problem is when installing, it crash after few time. Here is the log file: 11-26 21:07 INFO root: === wubi 9.10ubuntu1 rev160 === 11-26 21:07 DEBUG root: Logfile is c:\users\patrick\appdata\local\temp\wubi-9.10ubuntu1-rev160.log 11-26 21:07 DEBUG root: sys.argv = ['main.pyo', '--exefile="Z:\\wubi.exe"'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: data_dir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: 7z=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\bin\7z.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Fetching basic info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: original_exe=Z:\wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: platform=win32 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: osname=nt 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: language=fr_CA 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: encoding=cp1252 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: arch=amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Parsing isolist=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\isolist.ini 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro KubuntuNetbook-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro UbuntuNetbookRemix-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Fetching host info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: registry_key=Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows version=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_version2=Windows (TM) Vista Ultimate 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_sp=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_build=6002 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: gmt=-5 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: country=CA 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: timezone=America/Montreal 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_username=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_full_name=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_directory=C:\Users\Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language_code=1036 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language=French 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: processor_name=Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: bootloader=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: system_drive=Drive(C: hd 239816.335938 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(C: hd 239816.335938 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(D: cd 0.0 mb free ) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(E: hd 483619.367188 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(G: hd 84606.9375 mb free fat32) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(Z: cd 0.0 mb free cdfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: uninstaller_path=C:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_target_dir=C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_distro_name=Kubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_id=269029385 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_layout=ca 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_variant= 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: python locale=('fr_CA', 'cp1252') 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: locale=fr_CA.UTF-8 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: total_memory_mb=4095.99999905 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching ISOs on USB devices 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local CDs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: parsing info from str=Kubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala" - Release amd64 (20091027) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: parsed info={'name': 'Kubuntu', 'subversion': 'Release', 'version': '9.10', 'build': '20091027', 'codename': 'Karmic Koala', 'arch': 'amd64'} 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu Netbook Remix 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 INFO Distro: Found a valid CD for Kubuntu: Z:\ 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Running the CD menu... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsFrontend: __init__... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsFrontend: on_init... 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO root: CD menu finished 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Already installed, running the uninstaller... 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Running the uninstaller... 11-26 21:07 INFO CommonBackend: This is the uninstaller running 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Received settings 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: # Running tasklist... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Sauvegarder l'ISO... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Sauvegarder l'ISO 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Supprimer l'entrée pour le programme d'amorçage... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Could not find bcd id 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_bootini C: 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_configsys Drive(C: hd 239816.335938 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_bootini E: 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_configsys Drive(E: hd 483619.367188 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_bootini G: 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_configsys Drive(G: hd 84606.9375 mb free fat32) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Supprimer l'entrée pour le programme d'amorçage 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Supprimer le répertoire cible... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Deleting C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Supprimer le répertoire cible 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Supprimer la clé du registre... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Supprimer la clé du registre 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: # Finished tasklist 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Almost finished uninstalling 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Finished uninstallation 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Fetching basic info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: original_exe=Z:\wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: platform=win32 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: osname=nt 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: arch=amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Parsing isolist=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\isolist.ini 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro KubuntuNetbook-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro UbuntuNetbookRemix-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Fetching host info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: registry_key=Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows version=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_version2=Windows (TM) Vista Ultimate 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_sp=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_build=6002 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: gmt=-5 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: country=CA 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: timezone=America/Montreal 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_username=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_full_name=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_directory=C:\Users\Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language_code=1036 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language=French 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: processor_name=Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: bootloader=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: system_drive=Drive(C: hd 240512.851563 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(C: hd 240512.851563 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(D: cd 0.0 mb free ) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(E: hd 483523.867188 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(G: hd 84445.65625 mb free fat32) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(Z: cd 0.0 mb free cdfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: uninstaller_path=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_target_dir=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_distro_name=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_id=269029385 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_layout=ca 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_variant= 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: total_memory_mb=4095.99999905 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching ISOs on USB devices 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local CDs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu Netbook Remix 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 INFO Distro: Found a valid CD for Kubuntu: Z:\ 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Running the installer... 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WinuiInstallationPage: target_drive=C:, installation_size=17000MB, distro_name=Kubuntu, language=en_US, locale=en_US.UTF-8, username=patrick 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Received settings 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['en_US', 'en'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: # Running tasklist... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running select_target_dir... 11-26 21:07 INFO WindowsBackend: Installing into C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished select_target_dir 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_dir_structure... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\disks 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\install 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\install\boot 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\disks\boot 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\disks\boot\grub 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\install\boot\grub 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_dir_structure 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running uncompress_target_dir... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished uncompress_target_dir 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_uninstaller... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying uninstaller Z:\wubi.exe -> C:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi UninstallString C:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi InstallationDir C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayName Kubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayIcon C:\ubuntu\Kubuntu.ico 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayVersion 9.10ubuntu1-rev160 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi Publisher Kubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi URLInfoAbout http://www.kubuntu.org 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi HelpLink http://www.ubuntu.com/support 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_uninstaller 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running copy_installation_files... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\custom-installation -> C:\ubuntu\install\custom-installation 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\winboot -> C:\ubuntu\winboot 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\images\Kubuntu.ico -> C:\ubuntu\Kubuntu.ico 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished copy_installation_files 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running get_iso... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: New task copy_file 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ### Running copy_file... 11-26 21:09 DEBUG TaskList: ### Finished copy_file 11-26 21:09 ERROR TaskList: [Errno 22] Invalid argument Traceback (most recent call last): File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\tasklist.py", line 197, in __call__ File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\utils.py", line 209, in copy_file IOError: [Errno 22] Invalid argument 11-26 21:09 DEBUG TaskList: # Cancelling tasklist 11-26 21:09 DEBUG TaskList: New task check_iso 11-26 21:09 ERROR root: [Errno 22]

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  • 12.04 indicates filesystem check on next boot, but never does one

    - by pcm
    Just installed 12.04 32 bit on my machine, with 3 drives. When I open a terminal window or ssh in remotely, I see: Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.2.0-29-generic-pae i686)  * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com/ *** /dev/sda1 will be checked for errors at next reboot *** *** /dev/sda2 will be checked for errors at next reboot *** *** /dev/sdg1 will be checked for errors at next reboot *** Last login: Fri Aug 31 08:15:41 2012 from .... However, if I reboot, I never see it doing a disk check on boot up, like I used to see with 10.10. Note, after install, I was not seeing the grub menu on boot. I made a ISO disk with BootRepair and now I get the normal grub menu. Any idea as to why the disk check is not happening on boot (I know I can boot a Live CD and then check the disk - I just want the check on boot working)?

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  • Why didn't 12.04 install?

    - by Josephisscrewed
    Ok, so I've installed Ubuntu many times on my computer.. Normally on the same partition, and WIndows would always delete Ubuntu(I don't know how.. it just happens) if i go away from keyboard during boot and it chooses Windows automatically because I took to long. So i tried to reinstall again, but after the fifth time it wouldn't let me, and told me to check "wubi-12.04-rev266.log". It took a while to find, but when i found it, I had no idea what any of it meant, as I'm no programmer.I first tried this the day Precise Pangolin came out. SO skip ahead 2.5 months, when I finally found this file, and i then got the idea of making a new partition to install Ubuntu on, but I used wubi, like I always did. It didn't look like it would f anything up, so I did it. it went through all the downloads, extracting, etc. Which took about 40 minutes total, then ended with an error message saying to check "wubi-12.04-rev266.log". i did. Here's what it says: 07-10 23:33 INFO root: === wubi 12.04 rev266 === 07-10 23:33 DEBUG root: Logfile is c:\users\joseph\appdata\local\temp\wubi-12.04-rev266.log 07-10 23:33 DEBUG root: sys.argv = ['main.pyo', '--exefile="C:\\Users\\Joseph\\Downloads\\wubi.exe"'] 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: data_dir=C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\data 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: 7z=C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\bin\7z.exe 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: startup_folder=C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Fetching basic info... 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: original_exe=C:\Users\Joseph\Downloads\wubi.exe 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: platform=win32 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: osname=nt 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: language=en_US 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: encoding=cp1252 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: arch=amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Parsing isolist=C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\data\isolist.ini 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-i386 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Edubuntu-i386 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-i386 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Edubuntu-amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Lubuntu-i386 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-i386 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-i386 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Lubuntu-amd64 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Fetching host info... 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: registry_key=Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows version=vista 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_version2=Windows 7 Home Premium 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_sp=None 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_build=7600 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: gmt=-8 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: country=US 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: timezone=America/Los_Angeles 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_username=Joseph 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_full_name=Joseph 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_directory=C:\Users\Joseph 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language_code=1033 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language=English 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: processor_name=Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: bootloader=vista 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: system_drive=Drive(C: hd 78696.8203125 mb free ntfs) 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(C: hd 78696.8203125 mb free ntfs) 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(D: hd 4303.48046875 mb free ntfs) 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(E: cd 0.0 mb free udf) 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(U: hd 79907.8320313 mb free ntfs) 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: uninstaller_path=None 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_target_dir=None 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_distro_name=None 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_id=67699721 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_layout=us 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_variant= 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: python locale=('en_US', 'cp1252') 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: locale=en_US.UTF-8 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsBackend: total_memory_mb=3893.859375 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching ISOs on USB devices 07-10 23:33 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local CDs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Edubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Lubuntu CD 07-10 23:33 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:33 INFO root: Running the installer... 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsFrontend: __init__... 07-10 23:33 DEBUG WindowsFrontend: on_init... 07-10 23:33 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\translations, languages=['en_US', 'en'] 07-10 23:33 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\translations, languages=['en_US', 'en'] 07-10 23:35 DEBUG WinuiInstallationPage: target_drive=U:, installation_size=30000MB, distro_name=Ubuntu, language=en_US, locale=en_US.UTF-8, username=joseph 07-10 23:35 INFO root: Received settings 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local CD 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: checking whether U:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 07-10 23:35 DEBUG Distro: does not contain U:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local ISO 07-10 23:35 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Joseph\AppData\Local\Temp\pylA05E.tmp\translations, languages=['en_US', 'en'] 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: # Running tasklist... 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running select_target_dir... 07-10 23:35 INFO WindowsBackend: Installing into U:\ubuntu 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished select_target_dir 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_dir_structure... 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu\disks 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu\install 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu\install\boot 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu\disks\boot 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu\disks\boot\grub 07-10 23:35 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir U:\ubuntu\install\boot\grub 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_dir_structure 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_uninstaller... 07-10 23:35 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying uninstaller C:\Users\Joseph\Downloads\wubi.exe -> U:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi UninstallString U:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi InstallationDir U:\ubuntu 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayName Ubuntu 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayIcon U:\ubuntu\Ubuntu.ico 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayVersion 12.04-rev266 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi Publisher Ubuntu 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi URLInfoAbout http://www.ubuntu.com 07-10 23:35 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi HelpLink http://www.ubuntu.com/support 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_uninstaller 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_preseed_diskimage... 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_preseed_diskimage 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running get_diskimage... 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: New task download 07-10 23:35 DEBUG TaskList: ### Running download... 07-10 23:35 DEBUG downloader: downloading http://releases.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-12.04-wubi-amd64.tar.xz > U:\ubuntu\disks\ubuntu-12.04-wubi-amd64.tar.xz 07-10 23:35 DEBUG downloader: Download start filename=U:\ubuntu\disks\ubuntu-12.04-wubi-amd64.tar.xz, url=http://releases.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-12.04-wubi-amd64.tar.xz, basename=ubuntu-12.04-wubi-amd64.tar.xz, length=512730488, text=None 07-11 00:00 DEBUG TaskList: ### Finished download 07-11 00:00 DEBUG downloader: download finished (read 512730488 bytes) 07-11 00:00 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished get_diskimage 07-11 00:00 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running extract_diskimage... 07-11 00:03 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished extract_diskimage 07-11 00:03 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running choose_disk_sizes... 07-11 00:03 DEBUG WindowsBackend: total size=30000 root=29744 swap=256 home=0 usr=0 07-11 00:03 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished choose_disk_sizes 07-11 00:03 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running expand_diskimage... 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished expand_diskimage 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_swap_diskimage... 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_swap_diskimage 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running modify_bootloader... 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: New task modify_bcd 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: ### Running modify_bcd... 07-11 00:05 DEBUG WindowsBackend: modify_bcd Drive(C: hd 78696.8203125 mb free ntfs) 07-11 00:05 ERROR TaskList: Error executing command >>command=C:\Windows\sysnative\bcdedit.exe /set {970e3d1b-e019-11df-a016-81045c79c1f9} device partition=U: >>retval=1 >>stderr=An error has occurred setting the element data. The request is not supported. >>stdout= Traceback (most recent call last): File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\tasklist.py", line 197, in __call__ File "\lib\wubi\backends\win32\backend.py", line 697, in modify_bcd File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\utils.py", line 66, in run_command Exception: Error executing command >>command=C:\Windows\sysnative\bcdedit.exe /set {970e3d1b-e019-11df-a016-81045c79c1f9} device partition=U: >>retval=1 >>stderr=An error has occurred setting the element data. The request is not supported. >>stdout= 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: # Cancelling tasklist 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: New task modify_bcd 07-11 00:05 ERROR root: Error executing command >>command=C:\Windows\sysnative\bcdedit.exe /set {970e3d1b-e019-11df-a016-81045c79c1f9} device partition=U: >>retval=1 >>stderr=An error has occurred setting the element data. The request is not supported. >>stdout= Traceback (most recent call last): File "\lib\wubi\application.py", line 58, in run File "\lib\wubi\application.py", line 132, in select_task File "\lib\wubi\application.py", line 158, in run_installer File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\tasklist.py", line 197, in __call__ File "\lib\wubi\backends\win32\backend.py", line 697, in modify_bcd File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\utils.py", line 66, in run_command Exception: Error executing command >>command=C:\Windows\sysnative\bcdedit.exe /set {970e3d1b-e019-11df-a016-81045c79c1f9} device partition=U: >>retval=1 >>stderr=An error has occurred setting the element data. The request is not supported. >>stdout= 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: New task modify_bcd 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished modify_bootloader 07-11 00:05 DEBUG TaskList: # Finished tasklist What have I done wrong? What can I do? If I turn off my laptop, will I actually be able to turn it back on? If you want me to post the log from the first day it happened, i'd be glad to in the comments, in the main body it made it over 30000 characters.

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  • Reasonable size for "filesystem reserved blocks" for non-OS disks?

    - by j-g-faustus
    When creating a file system ( mkfs ...) the file system reserves 5% of the space for its own use because, according to man tune2fs: Reserving some number of filesystem blocks for use by privileged processes is done to avoid filesystem fragmentation, and to allow system daemons, such as syslogd(8), to continue to function correctly after non-privileged processes are prevented from writing to the filesystem. But with large drives 5% is quite a lot of space. I have 4x1.5 TB drives for data storage (the OS runs on a separate disk), so the default setting would reserve 300 GB, which is an order of magnitude more than the the entire OS drive. The reserved space can be tweaked, but what is a reasonable size for a data disk? Can I set it to zero, or could that lead to issues with fragmentation?

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  • Where in the filesystem should I store shared data?

    - by misterben
    Where in the unix filesystem is the conventional location to save non-user specific data, for example data shared via nfs or ftp, or backups? I could obviously create and use any arbitrary folder (such as /home/shared, /data or /var/data), but I'm really wondering if there are any "best" or "common" practice guidelines. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard doesn't specify a location for shared data. For backups, I tend to use /var/backups, but as several cronjobs write to it should it really be left for their use?

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  • Where in the filesystem should I store shared data?

    - by misterben
    Where in the unix filesystem is the conventional location to save non-user specific data, for example data shared via nfs or ftp, or backups? I could obviously create and use any arbitrary folder (such as /home/shared, /data or /var/data), but I'm really wondering if there are any "best" or "common" practice guidelines. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard doesn't specify a location for shared data. For backups, I tend to use /var/backups, but as several cronjobs write to it should it really be left for their use?

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