Re: Kernel panic: No init found.
Nope, it is an Intel CPU.
On Sat, Apr 01, 2000 at 09:58:58PM -0800, Bill Alexander wrote:
> >>>>> "Bob" == Bob Nielsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Bob> --mP3DRpeJDSE+ciuQ Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> Bob> I just compiled a new 2.2.14 kernel after doing a new potato
> Bob> install and got the message:
> Bob> Kernel panic: No init found. Try passing init= option to
> Bob> kernel.
> Bob> Does anyone know what is causing this? The 2.2.14-compact
> Bob> kernel installed from the boot-floppies as part of the
> Bob> installation boots without any problems. /etc/inittab,
> Bob> /etc/rcS.d, etc., all look normal.
> Bob> This is a somewhat minimal system (486DX2/66, 16MB) and I
> Bob> assume I messed something up in my kernel config after
> Bob> comparing it with one which works on my other computer I
> Bob> can't figure out what. I've attached .config in case someone
> Bob> can discover the problem.
> Bob> I also tried installing kernel-image-2.2.14-2 from potato,
> Bob> but it reboots in the middle of loading.
> Bob> -- Bob Nielsen, N7XY (RN2) email@example.com Tucson, AZ
> Bob> DM42nh QRP-L #1985 SOC #77 http://www.primenet.com/~nielsen
> Bob> # Processor type and features
> Bob> CONFIG_M486=y
> You might try compiling for i386 instead of 486 if you are using a non
> Intel processor.
Bob Nielsen, N7XY (RN2) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tucson, AZ DM42nh QRP-L #1985 SOC #77 http://www.primenet.com/~nielsen