Linux won't start.
I get the message "INIT - PANIC Segmentation Fault giving up" when I
boot the system.
I'm using Redhat 4.2. I created Slackware boot disks but when I try to
mount the partition (or use fdisk) I get the message "Can access
/dev/sda" (it's a SCSI 2940)
I created Redhat rescue disks but it doesn't even recognize /dev/sda.
I tried running "e2fsck /dev/sda1 -t ext2" but I get a bad superblock
error and a suggestion to use an alternate superblock (which results in
the same error message).
The last thing I added was an entry in inittab for a modem (per modem
and did an init q.
Nothing appeared to happen so I tried to restart the system (which
stated it was going down, but never did).
Does anyone know how to boot the system and go into single user mode?
I tried 'linux single' at the boot prompt but it gave me the same
I can't boot linux.
When I boot from floppies, I can't mount the linux partion.
Someone please shoot me.