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Which version of the BSP are you using and which kernel version (default?) Have you changed the default configuration file? Jaydeep Gajjar 2012-03-10 04:49:41 Hello Juergen. I have been following Adrian Chadd's instructions. OK Loading Kernel Image ...

Vfs: Cannot Open Root Device "nfs" Or Unknown-block(2,0): Error -6

Inspired by Kenneth Cleary) Date last modified: June 2nd, 2012 National Bureau of Economic Research, 1050 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138; 617-868-3900; email: [email protected] Contact Us Working Papers & Publications Thanks! That is why your kernel fails to mount the root filesystem. Freeing init memory: 124K Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found.

LAN cable connected to J14. But I guess, also your 1 GiB NAND has 128 kiB sized erase blocks, like my 128 MiB. A not modified kernel from my Mini2440-BSP should output "3.1.1-ptx-2011.11.0" instead. Kernel Panic - Not Syncing: Vfs: Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block(2,0) Hit any key to stop autoboot: 3 mini2440:/ . /env/config mini2440:/ -- here is the cut and paste of what you are saying. @Juergen, I think I need to make changes

Server Restrictions Currently we have moved our root filesystem to a Netapp filer, which creates an additional problem, Updates won't work unless the "chflags" command is turned into a noop because Vfs Unable To Mount Root Fs Via Nfs Trying Floppy TI, its suppliers and providers of content reserve the right to make corrections, deletions, modifications, enhancements, improvements and other changes to the content and materials, its products, programs and services at The rights granted to you under the License * may not be used to create, or enable the creation or redistribution of, * unlawful or unlicensed copies of an Apple operating https://e2e.ti.com/support/dsp/davinci_digital_media_processors/f/717/t/132915 I haven't installed uboot in board -- barebox 2011.05.0-mini2440-ptx-2011.11.0 (Mar 30 2012 - 10:08:39) Board: Mini 2440 NAND device: Manufacturer ID: 0xec, Chip ID: 0xd3 (Samsung NAND 1GiB 3,3V 8-bit) Bad

msgmni has been set to 119 io scheduler noop registered io scheduler deadline registered (default) Console: switching to colour frame buffer device 30x20 fb0: s3c2410fb frame buffer device s3c2440-uart.0: ttySAC0 at Nfsroot after changing the parameter in /env/config, now i am getting. Look forward to hear from you. So we recompile world to get a root for the clients.

Vfs Unable To Mount Root Fs Via Nfs Trying Floppy

The only other sources of information I am aware of for 5.4+ is the recently published 2nd edition of the book "Absolute FreeBSD" by Michael Lucas, and a postings by Eric http://www.friendlyarm.net/forum/topic/3916 build all the image and follow step as per the pdf and DONE. -- Registered led device: led1 Registered led device: led2 Registered led device: led3 Registered led device: led4 Registered Vfs: Cannot Open Root Device "nfs" Or Unknown-block(2,0): Error -6 We ran into the limitation that rc.initdiskless cannot copy a symlink on top of another symlink if the target symlink points to a directory. Please Append A Correct Root= Boot Option If you guys can help me out in the situation, that will great help for me.

is barebox support 1Gig NAND size? msgmnihasbeensetto243 ioschedulernoopregistered ioschedulerdeadlineregistered ioschedulercfqregistered(default) Serial:8250/16550driver,4ports,IRQsharingenabled omap_uart.0:ttyO0atMMIO0x48020000(irq=72)isaOMAPUART0 console[ttyO0]enabled omap_uart.1:ttyO1atMMIO0x48022000(irq=73)isaOMAPUART1 omap_uart.2:ttyO2atMMIO0x48024000(irq=74)isaOMAPUART2 omap_uart.3:ttyO3atMMIO0x481a6000(irq=44)isaOMAPUART3 omap_uart.4:ttyO4atMMIO0x481a8000(irq=45)isaOMAPUART4 omap_uart.5:ttyO5atMMIO0x481aa000(irq=46)isaOMAPUART5 brd:moduleloaded loop:moduleloaded ahciahci.0:forcingPORTS_IMPLto0x1 ahciahci.0:AHCI0001.030032slots1ports3Gbps0x1implplatformmode ahciahci.0:flags:ncqsntfpmledcloonlypmppioslumpartcccapst scsi0:ahci_platform ata1:SATAmaxUDMA/133mmio[mem0x4a140000-0x4a150fff]port0x100irq16 omap2-nanddriverinitializing NANDdevice:ManufacturerID:0x2c,ChipID:0xca(Micron) Creating6MTDpartitionson"omap2-nand.0": 0x000000000000-0x000000020000:"U-Boot-min" 0x000000020000-0x000000260000:"U-Boot" 0x000000260000-0x000000280000:"U-BootEnv" 0x000000280000-0x0000006c0000:"Kernel" 0x0000006c0000-0x00000cee0000:"FileSystem" 0x00000cee0000-0x000010000000:"Reserved" davinci_mdiodavinci_mdio.0:davincimdiorevision1.6 davinci_mdiodavinci_mdio.0:detectedphymaskfffffffd davinci_mdio.0:probed any suggestion ? We place the read-only "pxeroot" directory on its own partition (mounted as /pxeroot to match the default requested by pxeboot). Please Append A Correct Root Boot Option Here Are The Available Partitions

It tries to copy useful generic stuff into that directory. rgz, BB Previous message: Diskless Workstation Boot - kernel.diskless can't parse file... I am getting the same error as received by freqclock for 2.6.33 version. Switchingtoclocksourcegptimer musb-hdrc:version6.0,host,debug=0 musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.0:dmatype:dma-cppi41 [email protected] Cppi41InitDone musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.0:MUSBHDRChostdriver musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.0:newUSBbusregistered,assignedbusnumber1 usbusb1:NewUSBdevicefound,idVendor=1d6b,idProduct=0002 usbusb1:NewUSBdevicestrings:Mfr=3,Product=2,SerialNumber=1 usbusb1:Product:MUSBHDRChostdriver usbusb1:Manufacturer:Linux2.6.37musb-hcd usbusb1:SerialNumber:musb-hdrc.0 hub1-0:1.0:USBhubfound hub1-0:1.0:1portdetected musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.0:USBHostmodecontrolleratc880c000usingDMA,IRQ18 musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.1:dmatype:dma-cppi41 musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.1:MUSBHDRChostdriver musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.1:newUSBbusregistered,assignedbusnumber2 usbusb2:NewUSBdevicefound,idVendor=1d6b,idProduct=0002 usbusb2:NewUSBdevicestrings:Mfr=3,Product=2,SerialNumber=1 usbusb2:Product:MUSBHDRChostdriver usbusb2:Manufacturer:Linux2.6.37musb-hcd usbusb2:SerialNumber:musb-hdrc.1 hub2-0:1.0:USBhubfound hub2-0:1.0:1portdetected musb-hdrcmusb-hdrc.1:USBHostmodecontrolleratc881e800usingDMA,IRQ19 NET:Registeredprotocolfamily2 IProutecachehashtableentries:1024(order:0,4096bytes) TCPestablishedhashtableentries:4096(order:3,32768bytes) TCPbindhashtableentries:4096(order:2,16384bytes) TCP:Hashtablesconfigured(established4096bind4096)

Double check that the network HW driver is enabled in your kernel config. Total pages: 16256 Kernel command line: console=ttySAC0,115200 mini2440=0tbc ip=none root=/dev/mtdblock3 rootfstype=jffs2 noinitrd mtdparts=nand:512k(barebox),384k(bareboxenv)) PID hash table entries: 256 (order: -2, 1024 bytes) Dentry cache hash table entries: 8192 (order: 3, 32768 Since you can mount the NFS directory, you could tar up your target rootfs and untar onto your mounted NFS directory.

Adam Feigin reports that mounting the root file system via NFS does *NOT* work with anything based on debian squeeze (Ubuntu 10.04, for example, which I have several systems), but it

Try passing init= option to kernel. I would be interested to know why one needs such big partitions for barebox and bareboxenv. Don't expect to see it mentioned on the box or manual, however. One facility is described there that doesn't work with DHCP - ${class}.

BigBrother (BigB3) bigbrother at bonbon.net Wed Apr 23 08:26:43 PDT 2003 Previous message: Diskless Workstation Boot - kernel.diskless can't parse file... Otherwise it falls back to the compiled in partitioning which does not match your requirements. If you would like to see them, I can email them to you. would you try static ip for a test ?

This also makes it easy to check which machines are running foo with: ls /pxeroot/conf/*/etc/rc.conf.d/foo Power Failures We have several multi-hour power failures each year, but it isn't necessary to maintain Making the actual FreeBSD installation Theoretically one should be able to export the root of the server for the client machines to use, but that would require (among other things) / In my diskless setup I have hardware ethernet 00:50:ba:1d:f2:38; next-server 192.168.3.200; fixed-address iapetos.vlsi.gr; filename "/tftpboot/kernel"; option root-path "192.168.3.200:/"; while the export file of the server is: / -ro -alldirs -maproot=root: -network For that reason we make a /var/mnt under the conf directory and use that directory for mounting remote filesystems.

the only reason to port different kernel is, I have written a kernel module , access module from user space with c program using ioctl. Reply Cancel Cancel Reply Suggest as Answer Use rich formatting Prodigy 60 points Shara Gowda Mar 20, 2012 10:17 AM In reply to Norman Wong: Well, I used dhcp to acquire Maybe, cut and paste what you see when you stop the autoboot and do a /env/config freqclock 2012-04-03 06:51:30 Juergen, http://www.friendlyarm.net/forum/topic/3916#18886 Please check, I've wrote do i need to make changes Become a subscriber NBER Research Disclosure Policy Close Activities NBER activities are organized into Programs and Working Groups. Aging Asset Pricing Behavioral Finance Children Chinese Economy Cohort Studies Corporate Finance Economics