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RE: [Xen-devel] Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!

> I believe it.  But RHEL 4 has some differences from RHEL 3, 
> among them the fact that in RHEL 4 the devices in /dev are 
> created dynamically.  
> Thus, if I mount hdc1 and look at /dev, it is empty.  However, /dev in
> hdc3 (xen0) has 671 entries. I have a SuSE 9.0 system where 
> the drive that I export (equivalent to hdc1, in this case) 
> has many devicen on /dev, meaning they are static;  RHEL 3 is similar.

Just to prove this theory, boot native Linux (or dom0), and 'cp -a' the
/dev directory over to the other domain's file system. If you haven't
got a /dev/console bad things can happen.


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