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Thread: I can't start ubuntu of my own self-made ISO image.

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    I can't start ubuntu of my own self-made ISO image.

    Hello.
    I am trying to create a new distribution of Ubuntu derivatives.
    I installed Xfce, LightDM, etc. based on a minimal ISO image, and created an ISO image with BodhiBuilder.
    The ISO only booted on UEFI, not the BIOS.
    I want to be able to boot with BIOS but I do not know how.
    The error "Failed to load ldlinux.c32" occurs immediately after booting the ISO image
    Could you please tell me how to do it?
    As far as I checked it myself, there could have been file system problems, etc., but the virtual machine from which BodhiBuilder was created has started successfully.
    The Ubuntu version is 18.04. 1 LTS.
    Thank you in advance.


    Postscript
    I am Japanese and I use Google Translate because I am not good at English.
    And, I posted a discussion for the first time.
    There may be strange English. I'm sorry.

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    Re: I can't start ubuntu of my own self-made ISO image.

    Thread moved to Development CD/DVD Image Testing a more appropriate sub-forum.

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