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Old 28th February 2012, 02:53 PM
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Kernel panic after update, fedora 15


I know little about Fedora and I've got a problem that I am unable to solve. Each time I update the kernel, I've got the problem that vmware doesn't work anymore. Sometimes I uninstall vmware and reinstall it and it works but sometimes not. Last time, gedit didn't work anymore either.
So today, I have updated the kernel and had the same problem. So reading in fora, I've followed a suggestion and installed the kernel-pae, version
I've got a 64bit fedora 15. And then I compared the kernel version with uname -r. As the versions were different, so I rebooted. And then, I got
runaway loop modprobe binfint-464c
kernel panic-not syncing: no init found

And if I try to boot with the old versions of the kernel (any of the three other ones available) I just arrive until the "f" in the circle from Fedora and it gets stuck there.
Anyone could give me a hand?
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