mtd mount problem
wd at denx.de
Thu Apr 21 20:32:29 EST 2005
In message <200504211117.25584.Schramel.Linux at go.bartec.de> you wrote:
> /dev # date > /dev/mtd1
> MTD do_write_buffer(): software timeout
ERROR ERROR ERROR ERROR ERROR ERROR ERROR
> /dev #
> It all seems to be fine, but...
I disagree. There was a pretty clear error message above. Don't
ignore this, it will bite you later.
> dev # mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock1 /mnt/Flash1
> mount: Mounting /dev/mtdblock1 on /mnt/Flash1 failed: No such device
Assuming that this is a mount builtin to the busybox, this message
means that there is no such file as "/dev/mtdblock1" in your root
file system - exactly as the error message says.
> I checked out the Majors of my ramdisk, they are ok.
What has a ramdisk to do with this?
What does "cat /proc/mtd" show? What are the kernel boot messages
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