I had the ttyS0 file created and also a simlink to busybox from init, but this busybox was compiled dinamically and the libs were not copied by me. DAC input digital signals, how to generate? Testing write buffer coherency: So I do have all files in place, attributes set, ramdisk is reported as being mounted ok as rootfs, but init cannot be found. I set the execute attribute to init script as well, which works fine when I run it here as loop device with jffs2 as rootfs. It gives a warning to check the ext2 image, which I did before copying it and I have no error reported. Registered protocol family 2 IP route cache hash table entries:
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Checking root file system I plan to rebuild busybox and try again, but as my current ramdisk image works when I mount it as loop I don’t have too much confidence it will change something. Equating complex number interms of the other 5. USB hub found hub I will use also that one, as of now I would like to check if I can boot with a ramdisk as rootfs.
I have the “su” applet included but whenever I try to run it after the ramdisk is mounted as rootfs I get the following: I used below tutorial: I have already a root fs running fine on this system in jffs2 format.
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Mounted root jffs2 filesystem on device Registered protocol family 17 NET: Registered protocol family 16 AT The content was created according to the section “Manually building initial RAM disk” in the above link.
Starting after user reset bio: Sign up using Email and Password. Setting the system clock. Testing write buffer coherency: Help is much appreciated.
Another point for which I have no answer, perhaps I shall open at73c2113 new thread? I though I might have some incompatibility if I copy the ramdisk at7c3213 from linux to Windows then do tftp from Windows server. Loading KiB [1 disk] into ram disk USB hub found hub Registered protocol family 2 IP route linuux hash table entries: Kernel panic – not syncing: Heat sinks, Part 2: Registered tcp transport module.
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OK Loading Kernel Image Missing libraries were the root cause for the non-executable init placed linyx the ramdisk. It looks like the “file not found” does not really point to a missing file, but to a failure to read the file system due to busybox not executing properly missing libraries. Taking resistor technology beyond RoHS. Short circuit protection in PCB design 5.
DAC input digital signals, how to generate? So I do have all files in place, attributes set, ramdisk is reported as being mounted ok as rootfs, but init cannot be found. Registered udp transport module.