Originally Posted by lewisforlife
Temporarily, if you need access to your system immediately, I would switch back to your old Kernel. Let me know if you need help with this.
Did you configure/compile the new kernel yourself, or did you download a binary?
If you did configure the kernel yourself, did you add ext3 support? Did you create an initrd?
Thank you budy..
but my system automatically creates initrd.img copies it to /boot dir
i had downloaded the kernel source from kernel.org
extract it to /usr/src dir
then in the extracted dir i had type following commands
after configuring kernel in various way like
xconfig,oldconfig, even i apply old configuration file for configuration.
/usr/src/linux-184.108.40.206#make modules_install install
my terminal displays lots of process and at the last it shows system.map and initrd.img with vmliuz-220.127.116.11 to /boot
after that i had just reboot my system for new kernel
at the boot up my grub displays me both kernel version,after clicking the newer ver the kernel panic message appears.
is their any binary available for newer ver of kernel.
and yes i can access my system with old ver. of kernel.
i had add all file type support with ext2,ext3 and DOS/FAT/NTFS
i am using ATA/ACPI hard drive by FUJISTU.
is their any problem due to my HARD DRIVE
is their any thing wrong in my commands or in steps.
please tell me.
i am most awaited for your reply it my 8th time kernel compilation but still i have no success.
Thank you lewisforlife
. its all upto you yar..