Why no kernel message on my DOC system?

David Woodhouse dwmw2 at infradead.org
Mon Jan 28 18:46:14 EST 2002

san_blabla at hotmail.com said:
>  Because in /dev/nftla1 there is only kernel image and initrd on it,
> so I  have not tested to use 'root=/dev/nftla1' on my harddisk. But I
> do test to  use lilo-mtd on my harddisk and boot from it, the kernel
> messages came out  and the /proc/cmdline is:  auto
> BOOT_IMAGE=blabla-doc rw root=100 console=tty0 console=ttyS0,9600n8 On
> the contrary, if boot from DiskOnChip, the /proc/cmdline is
> unrecognizable strings. 

It's a LILO problem. Why are you installing LILO to /dev/ram0 instead of 
/dev/nftla? Won't that make it look in the wrong place for stuff?


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