Ubuntu: No Root File Defined? [closed]



Question:

Guys please help me on how to install ubuntu in my system.At present i am using Windows 7 ultimate version.My configuration 80GB HDD.C/:40GB,D/:20,E/:19GB.

Now I want to replace whole win7 in C drive with ubuntu OS. When I am installing it, I am getting an error message saying "No Root File Defined...please correct in the partition order.....bla bla...."so please help me on installing ubuntu...


Solution:1

During the install you are asked to partition that part of the disc you want Ubuntu on. At least 1 of these partitions has to be named / (ie. root).

Example image:

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The ext3 partition in the image needs to have a mount point name / for the system te continue the install (assuming the 1st one had windows on it (NTFS) and the 2nd one being swap).


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