Kernel panic no init found after installing Saucy
rob.frohne at wallawalla.edu
Tue Oct 8 21:06:45 UTC 2013
Two more interesting things I discovered.
1) Ubuntu 13.04 64 bit also fails with exactly the same problem.
2) Ubuntu 13.10 32 bit works just fine.
> Thanks Colin,
> There were no errors. Also checked the installed partition with fsck
> and it was clean.
> On the bug report, someone suggested I use update-initramfs, but I can't
> figure out how to do that booted from 13.04 (32 bit) on the 13.10 (64
> bit) partition.
> On 10/08/2013 12:08 AM, Colin Law wrote:
>> On 8 October 2013 07:25, Rob Frohne <rob.frohne at wallawalla.edu> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> This just happened to me as well! I wasn't sure what to do so I
>>> submitted a
>>> bug report, (and I wasn't sure what package to use for that, so I
>>> grub2, but I suspect that is incorrect.) Here is a link to my bug
>>> that documents how I tried to follow all the suggestions here and in
>>> Linux Documentation init.txt. If anyone has any further ideas for me
>>> try, I'd appreciate some help!
>> Did you run the Check Files option when booting off the live image,
>> before installing it?
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