Hello all,My issue is that I sometimes get a kernel panic when I remove my power cord or plug it in to my laptop. I say "sometimes" because this only happens every once in a while and I cannot discern any specific circumstances that make it panic vs. not panic when the cord is plugged in or unplugged.
just upgraded to kernel 3.4.3-1.fc17.x86_64 and it went panic after 2 minutes.
Now I get a kernel panic message when booting the machine:
Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs n unknown-block(0,0)
Pid: 1, comm: swapper/0 Not tainted 3.4.3-1.fc17.x84_64 #1
and the call trace which I'm not reporting.
Using old kernels gives me a filesystem error, requiring to ex
Goo day this is my first time to make a thread so correct me if im wrong.
Hers my problem i installed activo speeder 3.2 last week.actualy i push it to /system/etc/init.d and change the permission.after i reboot kernel panic appeared.I think it appeared because of the line in 2nd to the last of the script.So is there any way to remove kernel panic?whithout flashing thru odin.because i dont hav
I am trying to debug a kernel panic. Panic message says unable to handle kernel paging request for address 40025694.
At the time of panic it was executing ldreq r10, [lr, #-4] @ get SWI instruction.
According to my understanding link register value is not a valid address. It is a very strange behavior.
At the time of panic running process on cpu 1 was uEventObserver.
Updated recently to kernel 3.4 and getting kernel panic on boot.
Loading Fedora (3.4.2-1.fc16.x86_64)
Loading initial ramdisk...
[ 9.224897] Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)
3.3.x works fine, so I don't think it's a filesystem problem.
Hi,after different times of usage, I got a kernel panic with every kernel I tried since 3.4.9, but for that one I atleast got logs and saw some output on the screen iirc. The kernels I tried in the mean time include 3.5.3-1, 3.5.4-1, 3.6.2-1 and 3.6.5-1 and some -ck versions from the aur.
I have a Dell laptop with 64-bit Fedora 17 installed on it. I casually updated my system last night using yum. A new kernel was available: 3.5.4-1. After what appeared to be a successful update, I restarted my computer.