Fix No init found Try passing init=bootarg in Ubuntu

This simple and brief tutorial will show you how to fix error “No init found .Try passing init=bootarg” in Ubuntu.

Normally you got this error when your Ubuntu file system is in an inconsistent state,indicating a non-graceful shutdown, such as a crash or power loss.

1.Boot from your Ubuntu Live CD or bootable usb ,select Try Ubuntu

2.Open a terminal  by pressing CTL+ALT+t

3.Run below command to check and repair your root partition,normally it’s sda1

sudo fsck -y /dev/sda1


Note:You can run command “sudo fdisk -l” to confirm,the line with asterisk (*) should be your root partition

4.Reboot,then this error should be fixed ,enjoy

3 thoughts on “Fix No init found Try passing init=bootarg in Ubuntu

  1. Vinicius Santana

    I’m getting the following error when running sudo fsck -y /dev/sda1:

    fsck: error while executing fsck.ntfs for /dev/sda1

    Advices?

    Reply

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