It's only going to work 'on the operating system it was designed for' if your system is not broken. The message 'E: Broken packages' indicates your system is broken somewhere.
That's just it -- it's a fresh install. I haven't added any new software.
Cenwen wrote:Have you check with synaptic if you find with one broken ?
Have you/( could you ?) check on the boot if you can check your installation, normally you have an option like on a livecCD ? I have never try unetbootin. Have you try with a liveCD ?
When you have dowload Ubuntu is it an iso or a torrent ? Have you check his MD5sum ? Personally, I am using since a while (because I have had already in the past this sort of problem=) the torrent (instead of the iso) because a torrent is always good.
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