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- Jun 2007
- Pandan, Antique, Philippines
Kernel panic - not syncing:Attempted to kill init!
I need badly your help, our server here in our office hang-up due to power failure, and when i restart my computer the error message appear:
EXT3 - fs error (device hda3):ext3_check_descriptors:Block bitmap for group 640 not in group (block 16877);
EXT3 - fs group descriptors corrupted!
mount:error 22 mounting ext3
mount:error 2 mounting none
kernel panic-not syncing:Attempted to kill init!
i already tried searching to google for some solutions but the problem is i can't open my F1-F6 console i can open only to grub>.... im using a fedora core 3 OS... can i use this grub> to update my kernel???
Please help me......
Welcome to Linux forums!
It will be better if you start a new thread and out your query as this will get the attention of all the other members easily.
About your doubt... i am not very sure of the same! but you can use a linux installation CD and type the following command at boot prompt.
fdisk -lLinux Rocks!!!!
Setup: Oses: Windows 7 HB and Fedora 17 dual boot Hardware: HP Pavilion G6-2005AX laptop, AMD A8 Quad Core, 4 GB RAM, 1.5 GB dual Graphics card, 500GB HDD.