Updating the kernel in ubuntu
I find it sad that this wasn't better tested before it was released, and that it still hasn't been fixed yet.
You will need at least 256Mi B of RAM to install from this CD.
I selected "Other OS" from the list (your options may be different) and booted normally. Have not seen any other mentions of this fix so hopefully this will help. [code] sudo apt-get purge lightdm ; sudo apt-get install lightdm -y [/code], as well as removing all of the nvidia drivers...
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Other images, including DVDs and source CDs, may be available on the cdimage server. Ubuntu is distributed on four types of images described below.
The desktop CD allows you to try Ubuntu without changing your computer at all, and at your option to install it permanently later.I recalled that during the upgrade, there was a prompt regarding UEFI Secure Boot options. Only workaround I could find, was using an old "Installed" software list from Synaptic, doing a fresh install of 13.04, and also doing the same when i bumped up to 15.04.