linux don't start, gives kernel panic error
This happens at boot, not "While I was working in Linux" - so...
The system re-booted for some reason - may be anything from bad RAM to
heat to bad disk
The reboot sounds like either a disk problem or a drive controller
problem prior to the kernel actually running - might be a BIOS problem
where you have moved the kernel out past the 8 Gig barrier (or 1024
cylinders) or some such.
Take the two together and I'd say the system rebooted due to a disk
problem and then the same disk problem caused the "No init found" - check
your drives and cooling.
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