pcuser, on Jul 18 2006, 05:36 AM, said:
Disable the UBCD plugin. If there's a kernel named "linux" in the isolinux folder then it'll boot IT instead of the intended kernel and if there's an isolinux\isolunux.cfg file then delete it too.
Thank you for your reply and sorry to keep posting about my problems with this plugin. I read your other post about freeware and I know how you feel. I tried to solve the problems myself, but couldn't. And I'm posting here for the benefit of the community.
I tested the iso in qemu (with ubcd included) and gparted worked. So, I thought there was something wrong with the cd and I burned a new one. Using the new cd, I got the same kernel panic problem!! I decided to eliminate the cd burning error and created an image from the cd
using CD Recording Wizard program. I then tested the resulted iso image file with qume and gparted worked
WHAT is happening here?! Why does not gparted like me ?
All the tests were done using CD-RW disks burned by Nero 6. Have you tried CD-RW with this plugin?
This post has been edited by Fargo: 18 July 2006 - 09:01 PM