Problem of linux's kernel booting

Wolfgang Denk wd at
Thu Feb 5 19:25:52 EST 2004

In message <004101c3eb87$d2cdf090$5e1312ac at yang> you wrote:
>     I encounter a problem when booting linux 2.2.4 kernel on FADS860T
> board by ppcboot-2.0.

You are obviously combining several  configurations  that  don't  fit
with   each   other.   And   there   may   be   other   problems   or

> After mounting NFS filesystem on my host, the follow message was
> printed in console:

Not the host, but the target will mount the root file system over NFS.

>         eth0: CPM ENET Version 0.2 on SCC1, 44:00:00:00:00:00
>         CFI: Found no TQM8xxL Bank 0 device at location zero
>         CFI: Found no TQM8xxL Bank 1 device at location zero
>         CFI: Found no TQM8xxL Bank 2 device at location zero
>         CFI: Found no TQM8xxL Bank 3 device at location zero
>         TQM8xxL: No support flash chips found!

You mentioned that this was a  FADS860T  board  -  then  why  do  you
configure it for TQM8xxL flash support?

Unless you know exactly what you are doing (which seems not to be the
case) you should rather stick with the default configuration to get a
running system.

> Would you like to tell me how to make NFS filesystem on my host,
> especialy how to config the init options of kenel? Thank you very
> much!


Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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