On 07/21/10 13:54, Somebody in the thread at some point said:
So... now I am stuck ＠ this:
*EXT2-fs (sdb1): warning: mounting unchecked fs, running e2fsck is
*VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem) on device 8:17. *
*Freeing init memory: 148K*
I rechecked the device, but it is just fine. I allready did a
googlesearch, but the result only told me about vague debugging symbols
or debuggers itself which treat kernel memory alloc as fail and lock the
boot process (or so). But nothing howto effectivly fix it. Any idea?
Note: I can boot into the debian envornment on NAND just fine. As soon
as I try to boot from SD(hc) card into the F12-rootfs it freezes at that
point. I can do no more input via minicom at that point of time.
Any ideas? Help appreciated.
It looks like you are running, there's no error there.
I would add "init=/bin/bash" to the kernel commandline and eliminate
problems with init / upstart or whatever then. You should get a bash
You need a fair amount of goodies in /dev, including things like
/dev/console and so on.