Oh, yeah; that's definitely the 'live' whatever. The 'squashfs' mentioned in the requested output is the 'casper' thingy that the 'buntu-based distros use for the OS filesystem in the 'live' version; it's similar to what my Pups use, TBH.
I agree with everyone else. The 16.04 LTS version would be more stable, and better suited for your needs anyway. The 'in-between' versions are all basically 'testing' versions, with only 9 months support.....and Lubuntu's LTS support is usually somewhat shorter than the standard 'buntu releases; 3 yrs as opposed to 5. You'd have to ask Clement LeFebvre the reason for that one, I'm afraid..!
If it was me, I'd do the install from a CD/DVD; I always had problems installing any of the 'buntus using UNetbootin on a USB. With the 'buntus, you always get told to remove the disc before re-booting; it's a built-in part of the shutdown procedure for the 'live' session. Never bothered with Rufus, 'cos I'd already dumped Windows by that time anyway. In April of 2014, at XP's EOL, I burned a disc of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and wiped Windows out of my life, just like that. Never looked back since. Every re-install (or new install, for multi-booting), has always been accomplished with Linux tools from that point on.....
I would say a re-install with the Long Term Support version is the way to go, installed from an optical disc.....or wait; is this the machine without an optical drive in it? I forget.....
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 22 June 2017 - 06:08 PM.
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