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hi, i am linux dumm. when i boot up the system and select Red Hat, immediately this error prompting every 5 minutes. Init:id;SVRespawning too fast:disable for 5 minutes. How to stop the message and how go to the /etc/inittab.
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You have a kernel panic.  Perhaps your file system is missing, or some low level configuration is very, very wrong.
Boot off the RHEL CD and choose rescue mode (i.e.: "linux rescuemode" at the grub prompt).  After boot, RHEL will kindly mount your hard disk somewhere (it'll tell you where - usually it's something like /tmp/mnt/ - but that's from memory, so is likely to be wrong).  At that point, you can switch to one of the other TTYs to get a terminal and can change things on your hard disk.
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