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The kernel panic is caused by the kernel not being able to mount a root filesystem.
The following are the likely causes
The fstab entry for the root filesystem is incorrect, ie, wrong fs type or wrong partition.
The kernel doesn't have builtin support for the root filesystem type.
The kernel doesn't have builtin support for the hardware the root filesystem resides on.