wd at denx.de
Fri Aug 6 18:11:46 EST 2004
In message <200408060826.21301.Schramel.Linux at go.bartec.de> you wrote:
> Searching the outputfile of ethereal tells me that the last working nfs LOOKUP call is the libc-2.3.1 call. After this and a lot of Read Call, Read Reply transfers the Target doesn't answer the host.
> (ARP "who has targetip-address?"). Before this, the ld.so.preload LOOKUP call fails.
> (History: dev, console, sbin, init, lib, ld.so.1, ld-2.3.1.so, etc, ld.so.preload (fails), ld.so.cache, libc.so.6, libc-2.3.1, than it crashes). Is the ld.so.preload necessary?
No, it's not necesary. It's normal that this lookup fails.
Looks as if your init is crashing.
Try running a (statically linked) shell instead (by passing some
init=/bin/sh" option on the boot command line).
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