today I turned on the computer and the ArchBang doesn't load...after selecting it in GRUB, I've this in the screen:
Booting 'ArchBang Linux' root (hd0,5) Fylesystem type is ext2fs, partition type 0x03 ... ... ... ... ... (and I've my problem here) switch_root: failed to execute /sbin/init: No such file or directory [5.971508] Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init! exitcode=0x00000100 .... .... ...
Can you help me? It's very important cause I need to study with it!
Thank you guys!
i found a similar thread on arch forum but it's quite older.... the solution was chrooting and installing glibc
It's a long shot but since there are quite a few people having glibc problems lately, i thought it might be
worth checking it out
so maybe you can try running a live cd, mount your filesystem to live cd /mnt folder
and run pacman in a way it will think that /mnt/pathtofilesystem is the root directory. I think the command should have this
some more info on the process here: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=142459
Last edited by xtremyst (2012-07-15 07:35:51)
I think is related with glibc!
i have never had a problem like this one, so i cant write specific guidance,
if you manage to solve it please right the steps so that other people can be helped
Dig out ArchBang iso and boot it, you will then need to get your network running, mount partitions, copy over /etc/resolv.conf and chroot in [check Arch Wiki]
Once in, read news page on Arch Linux site and follow the guide.
For me I had to remove broadcom-wl driver.
Do pacman -Su and then post any errors
Above all remain calm