i dont have a floppy. So after next reboot it will not appear and mess your steady configuration. Makes perfect sense. I found a reference to the same error on the redhat bugtracker (here: Bug ID 491230 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=491230)), but it turns out to be a kernal with compiled in floppy driver (not http://strongboxlinux.com/o-error/end-request-i-o-error-dev-sr0-sector-0-ubuntu.php
Demands to mount fd0 only showing this initial incorrect identification: Code: Mar 6 14:52:14 linux-gedt kernel: [ 0.000000] kernel direct mapping tables up to 0xafdeffff @ [mem 0x1fffd000-0x1fffffff] Mar 6 14:52:14 It doesn't seem to matter if this was sucessful or not. Naseer Ahmed (naseer) wrote on 2007-04-21: #9 Sorry for the double post, but I felt I should mention that I have a normal IDE drive bob (bob7) wrote on 2007-04-21: #10 Henrik Width (henrikwidth) wrote on 2007-10-13: #22 nofloppy did not work for me, I can confirm this bug on daily build 13.10.2007. http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-end_request-ioerror-dev-fd0-sector0/
I guess this is an issue of floppy disk drive. What's New? Thanks again. There is no floppy in the system.
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Since it's a live install, I can't use /dev/... Ubuntu Blk_update_request: I/o Error, Dev Fd0, Sector 0 in grub.conf My grub.conf uses (hd0,0) so that shouldn't be an issue. and it worked. http://askubuntu.com/questions/719058/blk-update-request-i-o-error-dev-fd0-sector-0 Thought it originally to be a bad burn from ISO, but not the case..." **UPDATE*** I finally got Feisty installed on a Dell Latitude C610.
Ahhhh! Blk_update_request I/o Error Dev Fd0 Vmware I didn't think it was a real kernel parameter, but adding "nofloppy" to the boot parameters allowed me to boot without even seeing the error. I don't have any floppy and I'm using a Toshiba Satellite 2435-S255. gnome-terminal share|improve this question edited Nov 6 '12 at 11:09 asked Nov 6 '12 at 7:46 Paul Dirac 148116 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes up vote 11
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/483858-reading-an-absent-floppy-fd0 Ludwik Trammer (ludwik) wrote on 2007-07-28: #18 I just want to report that this bug remains in Gutsy Tribe 3. End_request I/o Error Dev Fd0 Sector 0 Vmware Borrow checker doesn't realize that `clear` drops reference to local variable Standard way for novice to prevent small round plug from rolling away while soldering wires to it equations with double Blk_update_request Io Error After a while it stops and reports the same error as above.
All other ubuntus give some problem or other. http://strongboxlinux.com/o-error/end-request-i-o-error-dev-sdb-sector-0-ubuntu.php Could you please be more specific? Changed in debian-installer (Ubuntu Oneiric): status: Triaged → Invalid Changed in debian-installer (Ubuntu Natty): status: Confirmed → Invalid Changed in debian-installer (Ubuntu): status: Confirmed → Incomplete Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on software: Ubuntu 7.04 Beta DVD 64 bit when trying to start the desktop system (live installer) from the dvd, the kernel reports end_request: I/O error, device fd0, sector 0 Buffer I/O End_request I/o Error Dev Fd0 Sector 0 Redhat
What, no warning when minipage overflows page? Regards Jean-Baptiste Lallement (jibel) on 2011-04-27 Changed in casper (Ubuntu Oneiric): status: New → Triaged importance: Undecided → Medium Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote on 2011-04-27: #5 Moving back to debian-installer, as The time now is 11:14 PM. http://strongboxlinux.com/o-error/end-request-i-o-error-dev-sda-sector-ubuntu.php As far as the display goes, the screen= command was for a knoppix live cd and not Ubuntu.
I'm not running Linux on these systems but what would be the protocol to get a floppy drive running with a computer having this error? What Is Fd0 Tormod Volden (tormodvolden) wrote on 2009-08-14: #40 Can you please take a look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingCasper and provide a log? I have gone through every menu in my BIOS, and I have found no Floppy legacy option.
Append following line: blacklist floppy Save and close the file. Sorry I'm pretty green on the whole linux/ubuntu/boot process, so can't tell you much more. What is happening, why, and how do I fix it? End_request I/o Error Dev Fd0 Sector 0 Ubuntu Advanced Search
linux-gedt:~ # Code: Mar 5 15:34:02 linux-gedt kernel: [ 1390.840644] end_request: I/O error, dev fd0, sector 0 Mar 5 15:34:02 linux-gedt kernel: [ 1390.840682] FAT-fs (fd0): unable to read boot sector Mar 5 19:51:43 linux-gedt systemd: Job sys-devices-platform-floppy.0-block-fd0.device/stop failed with result 'timeout'. I'm also having problems eith corrupted display when gnome starts. http://strongboxlinux.com/o-error/end-request-i-o-error-dev-sdb-sector-ubuntu.php THANK YOU Reply Link chad February 12, 2013, 6:29 amdisable the floppy device in BIOSmake sure that the floppy drive is getting power make sure that the floppy drive cable is
I reboot my system and went to bios section and change the setting to disable floppy disk drive. I'm an idiot. How do you say "Affirmative action"? feels more like several minutes...) the screen is completely blank and you don't hear the cd working.
Regardless, the kernel is still looking for a floppy drive that does not exist bob (bob7) wrote on 2007-04-20: #7 I'm using a Dell Inspiron 4000 and get the exact same What is the next big step in Monero's future? share|improve this answer edited Dec 29 '12 at 1:26 Mochan 1,31721637 answered Dec 28 '12 at 23:58 d3vkit 418411 Thank you for the answer, I am having problems with share|improve this answer answered Nov 6 '12 at 11:27 K.K Patel 6,54863654 You mean ubuntu live cd right?