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how can i change the run level when I boot up system.

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after I changed the /etc/inittab file, I changed the run level from 3 to 5 to get GUI interface. I couldn't start my server.

The error is like :

"kernel panic -- not syncring: VFS: Unabel to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0). please see the picture for the detail.

How could I change it back to command startup? And how to enable GUI interface when I startup.

thank you.
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sorry, here is the picture file.
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I still don't see a picture file.
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here it is.
startup-error.png
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Any help for this.

How to change the runlevel when bootup
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I dont think your error has anything to do with run levels.  It looks like your system can not mount the root filesystem.

Are you sure you didn't change anything else?
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Did you interrupt kernel upgrade? You still have option to run old boot option that is very likely to be intact.
If not - use recovery mode from install disk (instructions are found on redhat or centos site.)
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