View Full Version : [ubuntu] Ubuntu 11.04 Installation
August 26th, 2011, 09:03 PM
Hey guys. I have just finished getting Ubuntu 11.04 onto my CD and have successfully "tried" it out. Now I just started to install it but came upon a screen titled Allocate Drive Space. On this screen it says Quit Back and Install Now. I clicked Install Now and it says "No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu."
I have no idea what this means so any help os very much appreciated.
P.S. I want to install it so that I can use Windows 7 and Ubuntu both, so at boot time I can choose which OS to use. I already have Windows 7 on this machine.
August 26th, 2011, 09:17 PM
What OS are you in at the moment ?
Windows 7 or the Live CD ?
August 26th, 2011, 09:19 PM
I am on the Live CD
August 26th, 2011, 10:31 PM
@Maese909, I read you other thread and I see that the installer offers you only replace Windows and "something else". Normally it will offer you an option to install Ubuntu next to Windows as well. I suspect that your manufacturer has used up the 4 primary partitions limit and that is why you are not getting the side-by-side option. More advanced partitioning would be needed, such as you can do in the "something else" option, but you need to know a bit about partitioning.
From the live CD, open the application Gparted. Be careful not to do anything with any of your partitions. Gparted is a full-featured partitioner. All we want is a screenshot. When the Gparted window is on screen, press Alt-PrintScr to get a screenshot of the Gparted window. Please post this, which will show us the partition layout on your machine.
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