Originally Posted by EDDY1
Is this a server or Desktop? Have you tried simply which gives access to root? Also to chmod a file you probably need to use "sudo" in Ubuntu.
I ran these commands and got an error on the second one.
robert@robert-RK574AA-ABA-a1730n:~$ sudo chmod +x ./unetbootin-linux-*
bash: sudo./unetbootin-linux-*: No such file or directory
This is a desktop AMD 64 bit dual core processor 4600 x 2,
160G and 340G hard drives, 4G RAM. HAS Ubuntu 12.04 LTS installed. I think it has a separate video card but it is not identified.
At this point all I want to do is install Linux Mint from the ISO file and have the opportunity to set up new partitions as well, just as I did when I installed Ubuntu. I tried burning the ISO file to DVD but it wouldn't boot either.