Question about Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu
I have a ubuntu kernel problem, nn the boot menu I select "Ubuntu", next this happens -
"kernel Normal mode
Error 1: Filename must be either an absolute pathname or blocklist
Press any key to continue..._"
Hitting a key doesn't improve the situation….
What's going on here...
Ok, what you nedd to do is to start your pc, and just before coming to the grub graphic Ubuntu logo press the esc key, you will see a list of kernel, choose the previous kernel and press enter, when you are logged in, go to application, accessorie, terminal, and type "sudo apt-get update" without the "" and press enter. Then when it has done it you will see something like this richard@richard-desktop:~$
now type "sudo apt-get install update"
any problem come back to me email@example.com
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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