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Old 06-23-2013, 09:35 AM   #461
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Originally Posted by jaguar556 View Post
after start boot from USB I see Kubrik screen and after that i see black screen with message "cant start (some file)" and "kubrik@root:#"
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Sounds good up until that point.

Could you please tell us the name of "some file".

PS: At the point your quote ends, you are running as the Linux Administrator ("root") in the command line interface.

Depending on which "some file" is, it may be possible to continue from that point.
"that point" being one typical of what happens when a LiveCD can not start some or part of the graphical display hardware.

This may take a few question/answer exchanges here - -
But on the good side - you'll get some Linux command line experience in the process.

OR
If you don't have time to help us find out why Kubrick can't run your hardware, just try using a different computer.

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