Trying to install Ubuntu Studio 10.04 from the Alternate installation ISO image copied to Hard drive. Installation begins. After detecting Keyboard etc, I get this message
Detect and Mount CD-ROM
I'm following this guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromLinux#Procedure%201
Running an existing Ubuntu 10.04. Copied these files to the present ext4 partition.
Edited Grub -
Basically copy-pasted grub entry for the existing installation and modified. ISO etc for new install is on the same drive, so I hope the hd0,4 numbers are correct. (besides, installation does begin.)
Tried with/without "root=/dev/ram ramdisk_size=1048576 rw" in 'linux /stu...' line. Still, "Your Installation CD-ROM couldn't be mounted". Any help is greatly appreciated.
I have 2 ubuntu installs: 9.10, 10.04. LVM and Non-lvm partitions. Couldn't burn a DVD or create usb startup disk.
asked 17 Jun '10, 15:02
You said you copied
but the instructions you referenced say
The initrd on the ISO looks for a cdrom, whereas the hd-media initrd knows to look on the hard drive.
answered 21 Jun '10, 14:26