I've use debian 8-9-10 in my old Lenovo Idepan 310 without any probelem since 3 years ago, previously I also use Debian 8 in my two asus laptops without problems.
Today is my first time seeing
kernel panic in debian. I've installed debian 10 in my new Thinkpad L390 laptop. It's been running for 1 week without any problem. But today, when I do
reboot it failed and come to kernel panic.
The strange thing is, I didn't modify anything in the system. I just installed st terminal from luke's fork, that's it.
checkfeature in gparted live, for sda1 partition => didn't work
fsckin sda1 => didn't work
- Add init=/sbin/init in
boot/grub.cfg=> didn't work
root=sda1=> didn't work
- Using chroot to do mkinitframs, can't. Mkinitframs not found, I somehow can't install it cause I don't have LAN lying aroung, the wifi driver is not installed
- Removing all files/folders inside
All the steps above I did using gparted live cd. Because debian-10-xfce-live cd also failed to boot with the same eror message, I don't know why.
Is that because of my RAM hardware failure? I use memtest86 in garted live cd and all the test are failed. But my laptop still can run gparted live cd with no problem at all.
I do all my task since the morning (with no problem occured), I reboot it then I got this error. Why so sudden.
Thanks in advance
Even though the probability of solving it is low (and I probably reinstall the system) I want to know the cause of this, so I don't fall into the same error.