I recently installed FC5 on my PC. However I couldn't get nvidia drivers to install. I tried nvidia's method of installing via their .run installation package, but I kept getting an error after compiling the kernel interface that "nvidia.ko" could not be loaded.
So I found a 3rd party installation from the livna repository and decided to install that. However, this requires the latest kernel. Upon installation, and reboot, I ran into a kernel panic.
Well, I decided to start over with a fresh new installation of FC5 and update the kernel and other packages first thing. So I installed clean, with all the default options, and ran a "yum update" first thing. After downloading and installing all updates, I rebooted. It attempted to boot the new kernel, and once again I received a kernel panic.
From what I can see on the screen, the new kernel appears to have a problem with mounting the filesystem. I am using two Western Digital rapter drives in a RAID 0 stripe. If I boot into the old kernel, there is not problem and everything works great (except that I still can't install my nvidia drivers).
Here is the image, any ideas?