Re: Linux-zen kernel panic init error Reply #15 – July 08, 2018, 02:19:37 AM Quote from: kenny_w - July 08, 2018, 02:15:17 AMOMG! I think that fixed it! Thank you Chris! I re-installed "Linux" and now the "Linux" kernel works! woohoo! Now please, explain to me what this is all about, I don't understand how this works, how does this affect that? How does /usr/lib64 affect the kernel? O.oAnd my linux-zen still works - it was the "Linux" kernel that stopped working because of an update.Alright, what happened is that the symlink betwen /usr/lib64 that points to /usr/lib got deleted. There are only 2 possible ways that this could have happened. One is by running pacman with --force, which you have stated that you have done. The other is by building and installing software as root instead of as a normal user. Based on the fact you used --force, I am going to say that is most likely the problem. We can confirm that is was force that caused it, untar the package dolphin-emu-fresh that you installed, inside of that package do you see the file usr/lib64/libdiscord-rpc.a inside your package?