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SubjectRe: kernel panic: no init found with 2.5.32
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What are you passing as the init= arg? What is your boot manager? (Grub?
Lilo? 3rd Party?)

no init means that when the kernel boot sequence tries to spawn off
/sbin/init, it cannot find the file.The fault could be any one of multiple.
It would help in the future if for problems like this you pasted your boot
loader config file.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stefano Biella" <sbiella@hal9001.net>
To: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 1:32 PM
Subject: kernel panic: no init found with 2.5.32


> I have a slackware 8.1 machine that works fine with 2.4.18/19 kernels,
> but,when I reboot with the 2.5.31/32 kernels, the system have a "kernel
> panic: no init found. try passing init= option to kernel" The fs is a
> reisersfs v.3.6 on Intel PIIX4 chipset with udma33 disk.
> The disk is not corrupted because if I back to 2.4.X the machine boot
> fine.
>
> what's wrong?
>
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