The menu comes up and i choose to install ubuntu. View 4 Replies View Related Ubuntu Installation :: Installation - Errno 5 - Input/output Error - 10.10 And 11.04 Apr 3, 2011 I've been experiencing a problem when I try to Tom (thomasmca) wrote on 2010-11-17: #29 I get the same error booting 10.10 from USB on a new Dell M6500 laptop. I also tried using a Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx CD but it shows the same error too.
(initramfs) Mount: Mounting Dev/loop0 On //filesystem.squashfs Failed
Anyway, what is your guest OS?. –Javier Rivera Oct 11 '10 at 16:13 I have the same problem but on my machine i dont have an operatiing system how Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! Thanks in advance. Both complain about the /dev/loop0 mount failure.
share|improve this answer answered Nov 24 '10 at 2:31 problem solved... The menu comes up and i choose to install ubuntu. Adv Reply March 4th, 2011 #9 ukvikas View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2011 Beans 2 Re: 10.10 Installation: Can not mount Cannot Mount /dev/loop1 On /cow Mar 5, 2010 I cant seem to install Ubuntu 9.10 at all.
Since they're so similar, the differences might be important. Mounting /dev/loop0 On //filesystem.squashfs Failed No Such Device If your machine does have plenty of ram, you might want to try running Memcheck (which is also an option from the live cd, see below) to just make sure your Dan Connolly (connolly) wrote on 2011-05-27: #57 I saw this problem with 11.04. http://askubuntu.com/questions/6171/can-not-mount-dev-loop0-during-install-from-cd I recommend using unetbootin ( http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ ) to make a bootable USB, or follow the USB instructions on ubuntu.com Please let us know how this works out for you.
No matter what I do I get the error message "cannot mount /dev/lop0 (/cdrom/casper/filesystem. Linux Mint Cannot Mount /dev/loop0 Press any key as the cd loads to see the cd menu share|improve this answer edited Apr 15 '12 at 20:06 answered Apr 15 '12 at 19:55 23 93 26 35 Originally Posted by dunnwjr This has been a problem with pretty much every distro of ubuntu. urlbut I dont know the command used to apply the patch the patch is called35.4-3.patch.gzurlbut that patch includes more than squashfs,etc View 1 Replies View Related OpenSUSE Install :: 11.4 (KDE
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Changed in ubuntu: status: New → Incomplete Harrison (harrbis) wrote on 2010-09-13: #2 I checked the MD5Sum and it is a match with the one on the download servers.
Colin Watson (cjwatson) said on 2010-10-21: #4 We publish checksums exactly because it's possible for network-layer problems to occasionally corrupt data in transit.
Harrison Harrison (harrbis) wrote on 2010-09-13: #3 I re-burned the cd and it gives me the same problem.
That was up until today where it started failing every single time i tried to burn something.
Ryan Caley (ryan-caley) wrote on 2011-05-14: #55 I would like to revoke my previous comment.
Mounting /dev/loop0 On //filesystem.squashfs Failed No Such Device
Boss sends a birthday message. https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+question/130440 The CD was supposed to be big enough if you look at the sizes, but it never worked for me. (initramfs) Mount: Mounting Dev/loop0 On //filesystem.squashfs Failed Incen (sesquipedalian-demagogue) wrote on 2010-10-30: #24 I got this error trying to install Xubuntu 10.10 on an IBM X40 from a CD-RW disc. Mounting Dev Loop0 On Filesystem Squashfs Failed Invalid Argument What should I tell it?I have a 10.04 disc too, but it won't run from that either (Cannot mount dev/loop0 on filesystem.squashfs failed).
One difference that could be a factor is in the video driver: Bad machine: *-pci description: Host bridge product: 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE/PE DRAM Controller/Host-Hub Interface vendor: Intel Corporation physical id: 100 bus info: Check This Out Ubuntu Installation :: Upgrade 10.04 - (Cannot Mount Dev / Loop0 On Filesystem.squashfs Failed) Ubuntu Installation :: Mount: Mounting /dev/loop0 On //filesystem.squashfs Faild: No Such Device Ubuntu Installation :: Error: (initramfs)mount:mounting/dev/loop0 he want to try Linux , i adviced him to use UBUNTU 10.10 ,but after we order the boot we got a loading screen for ubuntu then this error appeared [code]...also So annoying and i don't have any other OS's.I am posting this from a bootable 9.10 CD which doesnt even partition right.I have a 64 bit CPU but i downloaded 32 Invalid Argument Cannot Mount /dev/loop0
Now, I have a Dell, and I initially just chose to boot from the CD on the startup screen. I've done that all by the Xubuntu setup.I've downloaded the image from the german mirror (TU Chemniz) and checked the integrety via SHA1. I also used more than one USB flash drive to test. Source Kubuntu 10.10 worked fine.
In any case when I pick it I get the same failure message as in the question. –matt wilkie Oct 27 '10 at 19:55 ...and after checking md5sum discovered Winmd5sum When I insert my ubuntu CD it starts loading but then i get this screen/message: Busybox v1.15.3(ubuntu 1:1.15.3-1ubuntu5) built- General :: Upgrading To Fedora 8 - Cannot Mount Partition May 3 I haven't run Memtest 86 (fully) yet or the MD5 sum yet but I've read the forum and seems like neither helps.
I also checked the data after burning.
Also tried burning on two different computers (just in case it was the CD burner that was bad). Using Unetbootin to create a bootable USB (this I did multiple tmes, with different versions: 10.10 64bit desktop, 10.04 64 bit desktop, and I'm about to try another DL except I IKT (ikt) wrote on 2011-03-18: #43 Stanislav Valasek, where you able to confirm that the MD5 was the same as the one listed on the ubuntu website? When I insert my ubuntu CD it starts loading but then i get this screen/message:Busybox v1.15.3(ubuntu 1:1.15.3-1ubuntu5) built-in shell(ash) Enter 'help' for list of built in commands (initramfs) mount:mounting/dev/loop0 on// filesystem.squashfs
View 3 Replies View Related Ubuntu Installation :: Cannot Mount /dev/loop0 Clean Install 11.04 I386 Apr 29, 2011 Trying to install a newly downloaded DVD image of 11.04 this morning on mikel (mikelpierre) wrote on 2010-11-17: #30 Same problem here. I've never had issues with my Dell inspiron e1505 before with any version of Ubuntu (other than the broadcom wireless which I had switched in the past for an intel wireless That XFS is not supported in armel Squeeze?
Based on a clue of a person that solved the problem by burning the image to a CD rather than a DVD I removed the CD player from my system that more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed For some reason every time i try to burn a disc it gives me this error message:Code:I'm really at a loss as to why this is happening. To supply space to the virtual machine I'm trying to mount a disk (?
cozmo not (cozmonot5) wrote on 2011-11-24: #61 this d*mn usb will not mount the squashfs. I get then to the language selection screen, I get pass that then when I try to install to hard disk the error comes up. Ubuntu Installation :: Cannot Mount /dev/loop0 :invalid Argument Ubuntu Installation :: ERROR - Erase Disk And Install Ubuntu Input / Output Error During Read On /dev/sda Ubuntu Installation :: Live CD CD-R disc.