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Okay so I'm trying to Boot Mint from a Live CD and then proceed to install it on my hard drive. BUT! When I hit the main login screen and ...
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- 02-03-2008 #1
"Corrupt Kernel" in Mint
Okay so I'm trying to Boot Mint from a Live CD and then proceed to install it on my hard drive. BUT! When I hit the main login screen and I select either:
"Boot Mint in Safe Graphics Mode"
I get a
"Corrupt Kernel" error.
It may be my burning method. But I'm using Nero 8 and the thing has so many different options and stuff it can't do simple burns or I just can't figure it out.
I'm so close to finally having Linux...
EDIT: I'm currently trying the burn again, I've figured out generally what I need to do and read a page that gave instructions so now it comes down to luck I guess...
EDIT #2: OK, I burned another Disc following instructions from two different outside sources (they said the same thing) and got the same results. Any help?
- 02-03-2008 #2
Make sure you are not burning the ISO images as bootable, that will be done automagically. Burn at the lowest speed possible to avoid mistakes. Check the md5sums/sha1sums of the download and the Disk that you burned, See this link for more info on sha1/md5 sums.
Howto: Verify Downloaded Linux / BSD DVD or CD ISO images for integrity
- 02-03-2008 #3
Alright yea I checked it and it was different. Thanks for the tip. I'm making sure to download it from the "official" download link this time round.
- 02-03-2008 #4
- 02-03-2008 #5