Problems with init on the first boot

Timo Kehler timo at dukel.de
Tue Nov 12 13:02:19 PST 2002


> > Hi. (sorry, i'm german and i can't write english very well, i hope you can 
> > understand me)
> > I made a lfs system like the lfs book says it. There war no errors. Then i 
> > reboot my system and boot my lfs system.
> > 
> > He found all my hardware and mounted my harddisk.
> > 
> > but then he said:
> > Warning: unable to open an initial console.
> > Kernel panic: no init found. Try passing init= option to kernel.
> > 
> > What should i do now? Who can i fix this error.
> > 
> > Thanks for answers.
> 
> Try the archives.  Just now I accessed them by going to google.com/linux
> and entering 'unable to open an initial console lfs'  The first two
> returns are mailing list threads that cover this error message.  For
> example:
> archive.linuxfromscratch.org/mail-archives/
> lfs-support/2002/08/0316.html
> 

I made a new glibc and boot the system then. But it doen't work.
I said to my kernel init=/bin/bash but it don't work too.
And my kernel is also right. It should work.

I don't know what i should do.

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