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You may encounter an error saying Kernel Atom Ubuntu 12.04. Coincidentally, there are a number of steps you can take to fix this issue. We’ll come back to this in a moment.
I’m trying to install Ubuntu on an older Dell Inspiron Mini 10 that still has the “Designed as Microsoft Windows XP” sticker on the front. 🙂
The problem is that a normal specialist does not work at all. I was trying to use Ubuntu 12.04.5 32-bit on a desktop on a USB drive because I found somewhere that 12.04 is required to be compatible with the Inspiron mini 10.< /p>
After selecting “Install” in the boot options, I see the Ubuntu logo with “Download Points” after about a minute, but at that point it inevitably turns into a very large error message popping up like this:< /p>
Kernel Dread - out of sync: trying to get rid of init! Exit code = 0x00000100CPU: 1 PID: Comm: 1st run-initialization Tainted: GS 3.13.0-32-generic #57~precise1-UbuntuHardware Name: Dell Inc. Inspiron 1011/CN0G45, BIOS A06 07/29/2009 00000000 00000000 f5895ef0 c1680147 f5898000 f5895f14 c167569a c1870694 c1af4c20 f5895f30 00000246 f5898000 c197bfc0 f5898000 f5895f34 c105a786 c18708bc 00000100 f5898000 f5898284 f5898000 00000001 f5895f64 c105bc44Call tracking: [
] dump_stack+0x41/0x52 [ ] Panic+0x87/0x18f [ ] find_new_reaper+0x46/0x100 [ ] forgot_original_parent+0x34/0x170 [ ]: perf_cgroup_switch+0x1a0/0x1a0 [ ] exit_notify+0x13/0xf0 [ ] do_exit+0x1aa/0x3e0 [ ]? SyS_writer+0x57/0xa0 [ ] Output_SyS+0x18/0x20 [ ] syscall_call+0x7/0xbdrm_kms_helper: Panic switch occurred, return to final text console
I also read something on a hosting site that suggested hitting “tab” in your current boot options and then manually running a command like
forcepae --forcepae. So I tried this, but it doesn’t change anything; I still get almost the same error message.
Help! I actually did this to get Linux to work on this netbook.
This tutorial explains how Atom installs a text editor on Ubuntu via a PPA. Learn how to install 0 atom.141.0 on Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn, Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr, Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin and other Ubuntu derivatives.
Install The Atom Text Editor
To install Atom for Ubuntu 14.10, 14.04, or 12.04 and its derivatives (Linux Mint, OS, Basic, etc.), use the following commands:
Remove Atom Text Editor
On-page Installation Instructions
For Github Debian Linux (Ubuntu)
Currently, only the 64-bit Atom text editor is available for Debian Linux/Ubuntu systems.
Currently, the Linux version does not automatically do the same as the date, so you will need to repeat these steps to update Fate versions.
For Red Hat Linux CentOS, (Fedora, Red Hat)
Only 64-bit version may be available for Red Hat Linux systems.
You can also install the Atom text editor for Windows from the Atom Choc packageolatey. The appearance of the Atom text editor is very similar to the Sublime text editor, but it is not a source code program.
Anyone who has tried to make sure you are booting the Ubuntu ISO with the new kernel version (v4.12-rc3) has come across a black partition because the boot fails on Intel Atom devices. This is done in order to actually force a new fix that causes a reasonable regression and demonstrates the risks associated with using the release candidate software in a production environment. The standard best solution is to compile your own version of this kernel and roll back any bug fixes, but not everyone feels safe trying to do this.
‘ This script allows you to add/remove files and sources, and also gives you the ability to issue commands and print their results. This task is relatively simple. Use this new process feature to compile a good kernel and create a custom ISO.
It is clear that the two-part process creates ISO-a “build” image that provides the kernel binaries, which must then be installed as local instructions in a second process that marks the ISO as “installed”.
As a simple first step, I chose to download source files to use in compiling. While this can often be done in the context of re-rotation, this is not a big advantage and certainly a disadvantage when creating custom builds.
Details of required file lenders are documented on the Ubuntu Kernel Teams website (see