Ubuntu – /casper/vmlinuz: not found


When I start Ubuntu and chose one of the settings it says:

/casper/vmlinuz: not found

I have Ubuntu on a USB drive. I used this USB creator: http://www.linuxliveusb.com/

I have done this 2 times now and the same thing happens. What can I do?

I even checked my casper directory. It has the vmlinuz file but it still reports the same error.

Best Answer

I also had the same problem with a daily built of Ubuntu 13.04.

The problem seemed to be that the file in /casper/ was named as "vmlinuz.efi" instead of "vmlinuz" -without ".efi" - which it was looking for.

After removing the ending (.efi), Ubuntu procceded without any implications.