I always keep a disk (or 3) of known working ISO in case of problems I can
load an older version that I at least know works.
also I have multiple HDD in my computer and when loading a new build I
disconect all but one HDD leaving a boot build on one of the disconected
drives. if there is a problem I switch the plugs and boot from one of the
so have parachute and reserve chute.
On Thu, 6 Dec 2018, charlie wrote:
> I'm pretty sure someone already knows this but the cdimage.ubuntu.com server doesn't seem to be working correctly. I downloaded the latest daily build to begin this weeks testing phase (my own schedule), and there's problems with the ISO. I created my startup disk as usual but upon restart, I get a big error box that says the installer's not working properly and I tried this three times and I got the same error each time. So now I've had to, *gulps hard*, reinstall windows 10 JUST to get a clean download of 18.04 from the main website for kubuntu and then make a startup disk just to get kubuntu back on my laptop. Ugh. And then try again with a new daily build of 19.04, which I've been testing. I sure dislike being away from the real world of Kubuntu.
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On Friday, December 7, 2018 6:59:20 AM PST Rik Mills wrote:
> On 06/12/2018 14:59, charlie wrote:> I'm pretty sure someone already
> knows this but the cdimage.ubuntu.com server doesn't seem to be working
> correctly. I downloaded the latest daily build to begin this weeks
> testing phase (my own schedule), and there's problems with the ISO.
> The bug causing ubiquity to crash on startup should now be fixed I hope,
> and today's iso has been re-spun to include the fixed package.
oh good! And just in time, too. I just got my laptop back online last night.
Thanks for the update, Rik.