andrew.dixon at seranoa.com
Fri Jul 27 07:33:25 EST 2001
Paul Ruhland wrote:
> First make sure you are passing the correct boot args to the kernel:
> Is this echoed by the kernel during boot?
> Also, make sure you have 'Second extended filesystem' support
> ('CONFIG_EXT2_FS=y' in .config) compiled into your kernel.
I definitely do
> That's really all I can suggest without more information.
What other informatin would be useful? This has got me stumped. The
ramdisk support in the kernel seems to be working OK. I booted the
system up with an nfs mounted root partition and did the following:
#dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/ram0 bs=1k count=4096
#dd if=/fs of=/dev/ram0 (fs is my filesystem image)
This went off without a hitch so I tried mounting /dev/ram0:
#mount /dev/ram0 /mnt
also fine and when I look in /mnt the filesystem looks OK too.
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