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Old 11-11-2005, 12:05 PM   #1
crazibri
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Kubuntu Breezy with Virtual PC


Anyone had any luck installing it?

I'm a linux user and just messing around with Virtual PC. I have a virtual HD and I boot using the ISO. I perform the normal install but during the initial package installation i get an error and tells me to check /target/var/log/bootstrap.log. I alt-f2 to console to view it but the file doesnt exist.

Anyone run into this install error before?

I've checked the "What works with Virtual PC" site and Ubuntu 5.10 is there with minimal install tips (mainly for X after install occurs).

--Update

I burned the ISO to CD and installed that way and now I dont get this error.

The install runs fine. I reboot and I get a ISAPNP: Checksum error device 1 and the same for device 2. I've surfed the web for answers, but no luck. Anyone come across this?


Thanks for any help you can provide.

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