I am having problems booting Linux. I made a new version of my Redhat kernel, the only difference being a really small system call which I really do not think is causing the problem. When I boot my version of the Kernel I get this error:
Kernel Panic: No init found Try passing init= option to kernel
I am sure a lot of you have seen this error before I think its pretty common from what I have heard.
Usually it seems that this problem is in the boot loader. Well I use Grub, and here is my grub.conf file:
default = 2
timeout = 10
splashimage = (hd0,2) /grub/splash.xpm.gz
# This is my version of the kernel
kernel /vmlinuz-2.4.18-2.4cmsc ro root =/dev/hda5
#This is the original
kernel /vmlinuz-2.4.18-3 ro root =/dev/hda5
# And then there is a Windows XP one which I dont feel like
So does anyone know what I need to change in grub.conf or elsewhere?
I really appreciate any help, I am desperate!