AW: DOC2000 Boot de-ja-vue - add...

Veikko Werner veikko.werner at
Mon Sep 3 03:25:43 EDT 2001

Thanks David,

that was a good hint. 
After I mount /dev/nftla1 I can do /mnt/nftla1/sbin/init , sh, bash ...
but if I use # chroot /mnt/nftla1 /sbin/init 
I get 'chroot: can not execute /sbin/init: No such file or directory'

okay now I know there's a problem. But I've no idea how to solve it.
I attach a listing of my root-fs. maybe one can see an error.


Von: David Woodhouse
An: Veikko Werner
Cc: linux-mtd at
Gesendet: 31.08.01 17:41
Betreff: Re: DOC2000 Boot de-ja-vue - add... 

veikko.werner at said:
> conclusion:  MTD and NFTL load successfully kernels says "root
> mounted" so I should must have the files I have when I mount it from
> HD but that seems to be not right maybe access to the DOC is to slow?
> Can I pass some arguments for slowing down ? 

Boot from the hard drive and check you can run /sbin/init and /bin/sh 
from the DiskOnChip:

 mount /dev/nftla1 /mnt
 chroot /mnt /bin/sh


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