Bootable pen drive or CD can be created in Windows 10, using Rufus. It can create bootable for any Operating System. Download Rufus from official Rufus website, once downloaded double lick to open. Using Rufus- Step 1.1 – Select pendrive Step 1.2 – Select OS iso image Step 1.3 – Click on start Step 1.4 […]
This error is due to “corrupt boot”, you need to repair boot. Please follow below steps to fix this issue. Step 1: Enable PPA PPA is required in boot repair utility. Open terminal and run – Step 2: Install Boor Repair Step 3: Run Boot Repair Utility Click on Recommended repair Click on Apply Boot […]
Step 1: Create bootable pendrive or cd If using Rufus- Step 1.1 – Select pendrive Step 1.2 – Select OS iso image Step 1.3 – Click on start Step 1.4 – On completing close the window, and remove the pendrive or cd. This live pendrive or CD will be used to plug on the computer […]
Step 1: plug the pendrive and type command lsblk Use size to determine your pendrive Step 2: Use path /dev/sdX use /dev/sdX to locate your pendrive, here X is variable for list above use command “sudo mount /dev/sdX ~pendrive-name” to mount folder
If you are facing error “no bootable device found” after installing Linux over Windows 10, this tutorial is for you. Follow the steps below, and the problem will be easily fixed. Step 1: Make a live bootable Ubuntu pendrive or CD On Windows: Use Refus to make bootable pendive Step 1.1 – Select pendrive Step […]
If you getting error while creating bootable pen drive for Linux operating system, easiest fix is to update Refus with latest version. I tried Refus 3.10, now the error is fixed.
Step 1: Update your system apt-get update && apt-get upgrade Step 2: Install Java Open JDK sudo apt-get install default-jdk It will install the latest version of Java. Step 3: Install Eclipse using snap Sudo apt install eclipse Step 4: Check installation Click on “Show application”, it will all the installed applications along with Eclipse
Step 1: Update system apt-get update && apt-get upgrade Step 2: Install Open JDK sudo apt-get install default-jdk Step 3: Check installation Using the command: java -version, if it shows the version of java installed, it means its properly installed. Done!
Download and install VirtualBox first, then download Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS from official website Step 1: Open VirtualBox, click new, put details as shown below, and click next Step 2: Now Select RAM size and click next Step 3: Click on “Create a virtual hard disk now” Note: The first option is to install OS in […]
If you are installing Ubuntu 18.04 in VirtualBox 6, Windows 10 Or Windows 10 pro, and facing an issue of the blank screen not moving forward. Please disable Hyper-V from Windows feature on and off. Step 1: Open Windows search and “Turn Windows feature on or off” and select “Turn Windows feature on or off” […]