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Here are some easy ways to fix the problem that syslinux can’t find the unetbootin kernel image.
Image Unable to find kernel: The linux error often occurs when installing Linux on USB sticks when Syslinux definitely cannot find the syslinux.cfg configuration file. This tutorial file is used to tell Syslinux where your kernel image and hence the initrd files are located. In the When section, we’ll look at some of the main points to consider when this error occurs.
How To Fix “Failed To Buy Kernel Image: Linux Error”
Use the following troubleshooting guide to resolve errors in general.
- Make sure someone else’s syslinux.cfg file exists on the USB stick. Depending on the version of Linux installed on the flash drive, the specific syslinux.cfg file must be located in either the root directory of the drive or in the /boot/syslinux or /syslinux
- If the actual file isolinux.cfg exists but syslinux.cfg does not, rename isolinux.cfg to syslinux.cfg
- If the syslinux.cfg file exists, and So you are still getting the error, run the syslinux.cfg file with the updated text and editor and make sure the paths to your kernel and then to the initrd files are correct.
Note: On newer versions of syslinux, you may need help checking text.cfg for paths to initrd and kernel step in many instead of syslinux.cfg
Image Failed to get kernel: A Linux error is usually displayed on a USB drive. Linux will be configured if Syslinux cannot find the syslinux.cfg configuration file. This computer configuration file is used to tell syslinux where the kernel image and video initrd is located. In the details below, we will cover some of the main things to look out for if you encounter this boot or boots error.
To Fix, The Kernel Image Could Not Be Identified: Linux Errors
Use the troubleshooting guide below to fix our own error.
- Make sure the ezah=”400″ syslinux.cfg file is present on the USB stick. Depending on the version of Linux you have installedWell, your flash drive containing syslinux.cfg must be located entirely in the root of the drive, or usually in the /boot/syslinux or /syslinux directory.
- If a path called isolinux.cfg exists and syslinux.cfg is not working, rename isolinux.cfg to syslinux.cfg
- If the most important syslinux.cfg file exists, and at best still getting errors, open someone’s syslinux.cfg file by sending a text message to the maintainer and verify that the paths to the kernel and initrd programs are correct. whether>
Note. On newer versions of Syslinux, you may need to check text.cfg for paths you can enter in initrd and kernel stage 3, possibly from syslinux.cfg
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Hello friends! After downloading Linux Mint to a flash drive via the Universal USB Installer (pendrivelinux.com), I was able to install Linux Mint for free on my new HP Mini 210... That is, before I erase the flash drive and it starts chatting appeared :
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Thank you guys! I reformatted the car drive to FAT32 via Windows and rebooted Mint with unbootin and it worked! Thank you for your help!
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First of all, I hope everyone is healthy.
My hard drive is crashing (it's a failed boot considering it's taking a while now... I guess I often give myself time to get to the very top before it shuts down), indicating that it's getting rid of boot sector too.
I bought a new blank hard drive but couldn't leave MBR on it (lucky??).
Windows XP SP2 is installed on an old hard drive. Since I've been using Windows for a while, I thought I'd choose Unix (Ubuntu 9.10 Live). My CD player doesn't work when I drive here
I tried using the unetbootin manager (version 377) to create an active USB drive.
A very important obstacle is approaching, I must restart. PC boots from USB but shows most errors right after "CANT FIND KERNEL IMAGE: LINUX"
I am using Ubuntu 9.10.
The syslinux.cfg document looks like this:
Default end result vesamenu.c32
Menu name 100
Menu information Standard
add initrd=ubninit file=/preseed/ubuntu.seed calm boot=casper splash --
tagMenu name ^Help
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