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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    There ya go:

    Model: ATA ST9500420AS (scsi)
    Disk /dev/sda: 500GB
    Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
    Partition Table: msdos

    Number Start End Size Type File system Flags
    1 32.3kB 41.1MB 41.1MB primary fat16 diag
    2 41.1MB 18.9GB 18.9GB primary ntfs boot
    3 18.9GB 126GB 107GB primary ext4
    4 126GB 500GB 374GB primary ntfs


    Warning: Unable to open /dev/sr0 read-write (Read-only file system). /dev/sr0
    has been opened read-only.
    Error: /dev/sr0: unrecognised disk label

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    And this:

    Linux ubuntu 2.6.35-22-generic #33-Ubuntu SMP Sun Sep 19 20:34:50 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    Quote Originally Posted by lifelike27 View Post
    And this:

    Linux ubuntu 2.6.35-22-generic #33-Ubuntu SMP Sun Sep 19 20:34:50 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux
    32 bit Live Cd and you are running 64 bit on your machine.
    You need a 64 bit live Cd. That should clear up the inability to chroot into your install.
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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    Damn, why would Ubuntu send me a 32-bit version...

    Thanks a lot. I'm going to try this in a while when I get back. I hope it works!

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    Quote Originally Posted by lifelike27 View Post
    Damn, why would Ubuntu send me a 32-bit version...

    Thanks a lot. I'm going to try this in a while when I get back. I hope it works!
    where is the 64 bit cd you installed in your machine?
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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    Damn, why would Ubuntu send me a 32-bit version...
    Because that is the only version they print to CD. If you want 64bit version you need to download it.
    XFCE, From Now On!

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    Quote Originally Posted by garvinrick4 View Post
    where is the 64 bit cd you installed in your machine?
    I have the 64-bit somewhere. Will have to find it soon. I live off Ubuntu, but it's sad that I know so little about how it works. =\

    When I have free time I shall explore into the depths of the Linux world!

    Again, will test with the 64-bit soon. Today or tomorrow.

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    So I tried all those commands and it didn't work. I had another problem at un-mounting all the files. It said the drive was in use, so I just restarted.

    It also removed my Win7 boot menu and that scared me because that was my backup option. But I got the Ubuntu safe mode from the installed Ubuntu to recompile grub. I forgot to mention that it works. At least I think it does.

    Let me restart and check out all the options it has.

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    I get a menu showing Resume, Clean, dpkg, failsafex, grub, netroot, root. I feel like this was information that would have saved us a lot of time...

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    Re: I messed with Plymouth and now I'm paying for it...

    I am glad you have a working system one way or the other and
    enjoy your Ubuntu.
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