Fix ”No init Found” – Boot init – Ubuntu 12.04 & 12.10

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This video is going to show you how you can easily fix the error ”No init found. Try passing init=bootarg” – This is an issue, which is caused by for example a crash or a power loss. Remember to click that like button if this video helped you!

Check Ubuntu Installation:
sudo fdisk -l

Repair:
sudo fsck -y /dev/sda1

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  1. first of all the star symbol * is actually more propperly named the asterix. It's two main uses are as a regular expression operator, or in many Ncurses type applications to indicate something is checked. In this case it means that the partition is bootable because the * is in the Boot column. Also if you have problems running the command, you may need to make sure that file-system is mounted as RW. Another way to do this is w/ the recovery console's root terminal.

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