After I select "Boot ArchBang Linux" or "Boot ArchBang Linux [Xorg autodetect]", I get something like "ERROR: '/dev/disk/by-name/archbang ..." and a ramfs prompt. The "system" is a Pentium III 256 MB RAM. Suggestions?
Have you tested the liveCD on another pc to see if it is a valid burn?
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Yes, the LiveCD works perfectly on a slightly newer machine. Looks real nice, too
lubuntu 11.10 installs fine from CD...
Here is the exact error:
ERROR: '/dev/disk/by-label/ARCHBANG' device did not show up after 30 seconds...
Falling back to interactive prompt
You can try to fix the problem manually, log out when you are finished
sh: can't access tty; job control turned off
Sounds like the /dev/archiso wasn't created.
At [ramfs /]# try this:
[ramfs /]# cd /dev [ramfs /]# ln -s sr0 archiso [ramfs /]# exit
and see if it will boot now.
GUI's?? We don't need no stinkin' GUI's!!!
[ramfs /]# cd /dev
[ramfs /]# ln -s sr0 archiso
[ramfs /]# exit
Nope same error.
I am also facing same Problem...
I've created live usb by unetbootin ...
It showing same msg.... Plz help us...
I'm using P-4 (2.4 GHz) sys with 512 ram...
thanx its working...
Last edited by imk (2012-02-07 02:24:06)
I assume it's working after you tried Mr Green's 'dd' suggestion? If so, can you confirm so it's clear for future users?
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