Error with instalation Ubuntu on VM

+1 Milos Dragovic · March 6, 2016

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I was following this video and do da same things (step by step) , but i had a problem. As you can see , its appear ISO file on pc , but when i try to start instal ubuntu i receive this message.

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this is ubuntu for 64 arh. i puted vm on 1 gb ram , because my laptop has 2 gb ram.


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0 Colonel Panic · March 7, 2016
I am not sure what your are doing here, but if I read this correctly, you are trying to install via physical disk?

I would just download the ISO from Ubuntu, save it locally on your machine, then when vmware asks for an image, browse to the ISO you downloaded.

Ubuntu ISO:
http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04.4/ubuntu-14.04.4-desktop-amd64.iso?_ga=1.2064369.191061960.1457365995
0 Perverse Programmer · March 7, 2016
Are you sure your computer has VT-x support? If not, there's a good chance 64-bit emulation simply won't work.
0 Milos Dragovic · March 8, 2016
I solved the problem , I realized where the problem had been.

I didnt see spec for instaling unubtu, when i created VM i start instaling ubuntu (32bit) and put RAM on 1GB
restrat VM and its work now. My mistake was about configuring RAM during installation ubuntu. 
Be careful x64 and 32bit versions and configuring your ram.

Thanks for replys, and sorry for my bad english. :)
+1 Naman Sharma · March 8, 2016
Try Using 32 bit version of ubuntu because I  think that 64bit versions can be installed on devices which have RAM less than 2GB.
0 Vishawdeep Pathania · March 8, 2016
can someone help me with my problem too, i have posted it
0 Milos Dragovic · March 11, 2016
|"  Naman Sharma · March 8, 2016 · Report
Try Using 32 bit version of ubuntu because I  think that 64bit versions can be installed on devices which have RAM less than 2GB. "


Yes , i did it like that , i installed x32bit ver of ubuntu and it works correctly. You're right , if you have >=2GB of ram  you will not be able to boot x64 ver on your comp or VM , above all you had or not x64 architecture of your computer.

My laptop have 2gm of ram , and x64bit arch. based on the processors, and i can install only x32bit ver.


Regards.
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