I had a similar problem when I was first setting mine up, but I kept
rebooting over and over and eventually got to a root shell. Once there
I did a yum update and it has been stable ever since.
So... Try booting over and over and if you get to a root shell, connect
to a network and update immediately.
On 3/3/15 7:07 PM, Sergio Durigan Junior wrote:
On Monday, March 02 2015, Scott M. Jones wrote:
> Can you try root=/dev/mmcblk0p4 in the boot args?
Sorry for the delay. I tried that, and apparently Linux found the
rootfs. However, the only thing that changes is that now I don't see
the message saying that no partition was found; other than that, I still
see lots and lots of warnings/errors during the boot, and Linux still
enters in emergency mode after boot.
FWIW, here's the full log, updated:
As I said in another message, I am suspecting that Linux is lacking some
support for the board. I'm totally out of ideas now; will see if I can
recompile Linux later, maybe.