Re: Kernel panic on kernel-2.6.18-128* kernels

Sanjay Chakraborty a écrit :
What the kernel panic message saying? It may be new kernels need to
have ram disk compiled with new drivers? So run mkinitid for that
kernel from working kernel and boot with new complied ram disk kernel.
Make sure to do backup the initrd before compiling.

What is the best way to be able to see the kernel panic message?

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