Kernel panic after startup
After e cold start of the PC, it strats now with following message:
......(messages from installed stuff)...
Creating root device
Mounting root file system
Kjournal starting. Count interval 5 seconds.
EXT3-fs : mounted file system with ordered data mode
pivotroot : pivot_root (/sysroot,/sysroot.initrd) failed : 2
Freeing unused kernel memory : 220K freed
Kernel panic : No init found
try passing init= option to kernel.
I've read some of the earlier posted "kernel panic" mail,
but can not get my system back working.
Inserting the rescue floppy will start the system again until the same messages appear.
Booting from CD in rescue mode is OK, but I can not see my
directories. A try to mount the partitions results in, can not mount: read only.
Anybody any idea.
PS : I think that the solution creating the /initrd directory might solve the problem, but then I must be able to get to the system.