Since this is not U-Boot based device, I dont see the other env args during boootup, except the below one Kernel command line: Hi Thanh, Could you attache the complete boot up log. Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block ,2 Please help me to resolve it, and show me how to customize linux for new board? All content and materials on this site are provided “as is”. I have created the partitions as shown below: Mar 3, 4: Hi Thanh, Could you share the u-boot boot parameters.
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USB hub found [ 2. I think mtdblock0 has something to do with the NAND 1f00 mtdblock0. Board seems ; mtbdlock0 work without any problem but is there a way to remove these annoying messages? C David S. I used that command as you said. I tried changing the mtd names out and tested, but still could face the same issue with the rootfs1 of slave which currently is renamed as rootfs.
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Synthesizing the initial hotplug events Hi Thanh, Your boot parameters seems good. Hit any key to stop autoboot: Hi, Does your memory card have lock switch.? Might be that it requires more settings that you currently have. I’m facing problem only when tring to mount mtd4 rootfs1 and not mtd3 rootfs. HCI H4 protocol initialized [ 3. Registered protocol family 20 [ 1.
HCI device and connection manager initialized [ 0. Testing write buffer coherency: Registered udp transport module. Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block ,2. mtdblpck0
[RFC] root=/dev/mtdblock at name
In reply to Thanh Nguyen Attempted to kill init! C Netfilter Core Team [ 2. The solution for me was to ads a simple cmdline to the DTS. If you have a related question, please click the ” Ask a related question ” button in the top right corner.
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New USB device strings: HCI socket layer initialized Bluetooth: Actually mine is a bit different, because I’m booting debian and the kernel from SD card. Do you have another question? I’m sorry, perhaps it’s booting from Nand.
USB Serial support registered for chuart [ 2. Registered protocol family 2 [ 1. Thank for your supports.