kevin at scrye.com
Wed Mar 13 09:53:38 MST 2002
>>>>> "Terry" == Terry Branaman <t-branaman at attbi.com> writes:
>> Try booting with:
>> linux init=/bin/bash
>> and see if that works. Looks like your init package is messed up or
>> the partition with the init package on it.
Terry> That didn't work, so I booted into rescue mode using the KRUD
Terry> CD and ran e2fsck. No errors reported, same results when I
ok, so you can see your install on /dev/hdb1?
Is there a /mnt/sysimage/sbin/init ?
Terry> A little more information - the last few lines on the screen
Terry> are: pivotroot: pivot_root (/sysroot,/sysroot/initrd) failed: 2
Terry> freeing unused kernel memory. 224k freed. Kernel panic: no
Terry> init found.
hum...looks like the initrd might have problems...
boot from the rescue cd, and try doing:
mkinitrd /boot/initrd-2.4.9-31.img 2.4.9-31
and then try booting.
also, did you make a boot floppy? Have you tried that?
you can make one with:
MTS, tummy.com, ltd.
http://www.tummy.com/ KRUD - Kevin's Red Hat Uber Distribution
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