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I have just installed Linux redhat 9.0. After finishing I reboot the machine, but unfortunately] It appears something below and i can not access to the system. Please help me ...
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    help me please


    I have just installed Linux redhat 9.0. After finishing I reboot the machine, but unfortunately]
    It appears something below and i can not access to the system.
    Please help me
    I'm really new to Linux

    *pde = 00000000
    0ops: 0000

    CPU: 0
    EIP: 0060:[<c010ab2c>] Not tainted
    EFLAGS: 00010002

    EIP is at disable_irg [kernel] 0x4c (2.4.20-
    eax: 00000000 ebx: fffff680 ecx: ffffffed edx: c036ef80
    esi: 00000283 edo: 00000000 ebp: ffffffed esp: c7709f48
    ds: 0068 es: 0068 ss: 0068
    Process swapper (pid: 1, stakepage=c7709000)
    Stack: ffffffed 00000000 c03c9e80 c01bd1fc ffffffed 00000000 c031da20 00000000
    c03c9e80 00000000 00000000 c01bdcd8 c03c9e80 00000000 00000028 00000001
    00000001 00000001 00000001 00000001 00000001 00000001 00000001 00000001
    Call Track: [<c01bd1fc>] probe_hwif [kernel] 0x27c (0xc7709f54))
    [<c01bdcd8>] ideprobe_init [kernel] 0xb8 (0xc7709f74))
    [<c0105053>] init [kernel] 0x13 (0xc7709fd)
    [<c0105040>] init [kernel] 0x0 (0xc7709fe0))
    [<c010742d>] kernel_thread_helper [kernel] 0x5 (0xc7709ff0))

    Code: ff 50 10 eb d0 eb 0d 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
    <0>Kernel panic: Attemped to kill init!

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    Any good reason to be using such an old version of Linux? I would suggest Fedora for something newer but similar to RedHat
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    no other method

    uhm I still want to use Redhat, I need some method on this problem, any suggestions?

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    You probably won't get anywhere. It basically means you either have a bad install cd, doubt it, or that kernel just doesn't like some piece of hardware your system has. You could try rescue mode, put the install cd in and type "linux rescue" at the prompt. I think you could maybe even install a newer kernel from there.

    You should really just d/l a newer version of fedora.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anhvieng
    uhm I still want to use Redhat, I need some method on this problem, any suggestions?
    You definitely should use a newer Linux, RH9 was released in 1999. Here's my suggestions. RedHat 9 evolved in two directions, the community supported version was Fedora Core 1, while the commercial version became RedHat Enterprise Linux. Both are still available, RHEL is shaping up for a rev5 release soon, while Fedora Core has just released FC6. They are both the latest, up-to-date variants of RedHat 9. The other distro you might want to look at is CentOS which is built from the sources of RHEL, but has none of the corporate RedHat logos or artwork; it is binary compatible, though, and is community supported (i.e. you dont have to pay for it).
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