There are many common Linux installation errors, but some of the most common are "Error code 1" and "Error code 2." These error codes typically indicate a problem with the permissions of the file or directory being accessed. Often, this can be resolved by changing the permissions of the file or directory in question. However, if the problem persists, it is likely due to a more serious issue, such as a corrupted file system.
- Linux error 29 illegal seekLinux error 29 illegal seek is an error that usually occurs when the start listener files on Linux box may have been incorrectly coded.
- Linux error 111 connection refusedLinux error 111 connection refused is an error that usually occurs when the host file does not contain the correct address or name for the server and can occur if the loopback address is not present.
1. Check for hardware compatibility
- Determine the hardware that is being used to install Linux.
- Verify that the hardware is compatible with Linux.
- If the hardware is not compatible, find a compatible hardware or find an alternate Linux installation media.
2. Use a compatible Linux distribution
- Use the search function on your computer to find the appropriate installation instructions for your Linux distribution.
- Follow the instructions to install your Linux distribution.