Live CD kernel panic
I'm an Ubuntu customer given that Hardy Heron and also also in various other distros, I've never ever been via such point. I can not install Ubuntu 10.10 on my note pad, due to the fact that I merely can not also start the Live CD ... I constantly get the adhering to message:
Kernel panic - not syncing tried to eliminate init!
See the full message in this image:
Try mounting with the Alternate CD, operate in several instances when the LiveCD falls short. http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/alternative-download#alternate
Kernel panics are either as a result of a trouble with the live cd or equipment troubles.
To examine the cd, when you download and install the iso, examine the md5sum (making use of md5sum ubuntu.iso and afterwards contrasting it to what it need to be). When it is burned, you can examine the md5sum of the cd.
If these are both penalty, after that the cd is possibly great.
It is mosting likely to be hard to report a bug with excellent details if you can not also boot the CD! Below is some details on just how you can possibly get far better aid.
The Kernel Team is largely IRC based as we lie in inconsonant cities throughout the globe. We commonly hang around on the #ubuntu - kernel network on FreeNode, please hold your horses if we appear to be silent.
Please see to it to reference the image you've taken as it will certainly come in handy.
I would certainly run "Check disc for issues" alternative at the boot phase of the CD. If there is some issue, after that examine the ISO documents you downloaded and install versus md5sum, attempt to melt it once more, etc For some valuable details: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto If the CD is ALRIGHT, ... pay attention to the various other friends' suggestions over.