I have recently tried to install Lubuntu 19.10 and I have encountered a problem.
I will try to explain.
Lubuntu 18.04 boots fine.
19.10 boots fine when installed on a different partition and on the same disk with Ubuntu 19.10.
Finally, 19.10 does not boot when installed as the only distro on the disk. I have tried a few times.
I forgot what error message I received and (being stupid as I am sometimes) I also forgot to take a picture of it but from what I remember it’s something about the disk missing. I mean I can’t even see it (the disk) when I try to boot using the boot manager UNLESS I have the Lubuntu 19.10 USB disk inserted.
For the record, I have an old HP ProBook 4530s with a Samsung SSD.
Ubuntu 19.10 boots fine btw.
I’m not sure what else I can say. If it’s not enough information then I apologize but I would like to know at least if I’m the only person experiencing this problem.
No one I know has had such an error, but also we don’t know exactly what the error is so we can’t really say anything about it. Without that information, we’re of little help.
How did you install to it? Did you use manual partitioning?
What I’m asking about is not how functional your flash disk is but whether or not you actually have the right image on the disk. It’s very common for downloading and/or copying to result in small errors. A bit here, a bit there. It might make for a situation where it works in some cases but not others, or produces totally bizarre results. This is why the manual suggests to check the integrity of the ISO (confirms the download is without errors) as well as checking the disc for defects (confirms the copy is without errors). These should always be considered necessary first steps.