I downloaded the latest Ubuntu (Development Release: Ubuntu 12.04 Beta 1) thinking about installing it on my machine.
Before burning it ( the shasum is good ) I thought I would look at it in Vbox in PCLinuxOS Zen.
At first I gave it only 512 Mb of RAM (default) but I get the following message;
Unable to boot - Please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU.
so I went on Wikipedia and found the following;
Then I gave the Vbox machine 1 Gb of RAM and I got the same message. So instead of installing the Vbox machine on my big 500 GB partition (sdb10) which is ntfs I put it in the /home/rejean/.VirtualBox/Machines folder with the same result.
Does it mean that;
1. I cannot run Ubuntu in Vbox
or 2. there is no point in burning the .iso image and trying to install it on my machine? My motherboard is a ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 btw.
Edited by réjean, 17 March 2012 - 01:50 PM.