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dmesg shows paravirtualization at 0000.0000 from normal 10.04 /11.10 ISO installs, Overrides CD install

Asked by Nroman Strandberg on 2012-04-28

I loaded and burned ISO images for 10l.04 LTS. Reboot after the ISO image and saw some I/O errors. Checking the Kernel log showed "0000.0000 starting para-virtualization on bare-metal starting". Who's running a virtual machine? Whatever this is it seems override the CD install. How to I remove this from my laptop?

found using "dmesg | grep -i virtual"

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Have you tried Precise? The newer kernel and driver will support more hardware plus you will get much later drivers and versions of the apps in the OS.

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