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Subjectwhy do i get kernel panic?
Hello dear list!

Can somebody help me to find out, why I get a kernel panic (init not
found ) when I boot ?
I can't understand why the kernel does not find init.
The system I try to boot is brandnew-selfmade.
I copied it via nfs to the hd. I ran lilo after I copied the files.
The kernel and init resist on the second partition of the first scsi
disc.
The kernel includes scsi controller (aic7xxx) and disc support.
I thought possibly the kernel tries to mount the wrong root, but there
is
just /dev/discs/disc0/part2 to mount, /dev/discs/disc0/part1 is swap and
there
are no more harddiscs.
Passing init=/bin/sh results in the same message, although both files
exist
and have the x - bit set.

Anyone any idea what's wrong ?
Please cc: me if you answer, I am not subscribed to the list anymore.


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