sheela_kashyap at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 2 18:57:04 EST 2002
Thank you. I was the missing the root dev as you rightly guessed. I
am now successfully booting off mtd/jffs.
While creating the jffs image using mkfs.jffs, I noticed that it did
not create all the /dev entries for me. I had to use 'mknod' and
create it manually on the target. What is the easiest way for me to
create a target image with all the /dev files?
--- David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> wrote:
> sheela_kashyap at yahoo.com said:
> > everything is fine till it comes time to mount the root FS.It
> > seems to try and go out on the net. This is the trace I see. I
> > cut out some parts to reduce the clutter.
> A kernel that old doesn't have 'mtdblock' in the root_dev_names
> array in
> init/main.c. Add it.
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