Am 2016-04-10 um 21:29 schrieb Serge Hooge:
The CD boots okay, but when I try to actually boot x86 Arch, it Kernel Panics with the subject title. It tries /bin/init, /sbin/init and /bin/sh, failing with the same message for all of them. Some searching shows that ERRNO 26 is for a busy file, but I've no clue what may be accessing all the init files at the time of the boot.
I tried passing init=/usr/lib/systemd/systemd, but it fails with error -2. Is systemd not on the CD?
I have read about successful installations of Arch on this machine previously, but they mentioned no problems of the sort, presumably that was pre-systemd Arch.
Is there anything else I could try to get it working?
I am using a late 2015 ISO for the CD.
Is there any error message when it tries to mount the root file system? Likely yes; so the problem would be that your initrd does not contain the right drivers for disk access.
* reboot with the CD * adjust /etc/mkinitcpio.conf The HOOK line looks at me like the following: HOOKS="base udev modconf block filesystems keyboard fsck resume" Try to remove 'autodetect'; it may strip modules that are needed by accident; 'resume' is necessary for s2disk. * re-create your initrd mkinitcpio -k YOURKERNELVER -g /boot/initramfs-linux.img KERNELVER can be found out by ls /lib/modules
P.S.: these things are also explained under: http://www.elstel.org/software/hunt-for-4K-UHD-2160p.html.en#kernel