On Friday 02 December 2005 17:08, Rob Landley wrote:
> On Thursday 01 December 2005 23:02, Klaus-J. Wolf wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am aware of the fact that my small troubles tend to be rather
> > unspecified, but maybe someone can help anyway.
> > I run 2.6.14-ck6-skas3-v8.2 as host and 2.4.28-bs2 as guest OS.
> > When I start "linux":
> > 1. There are many files created in the current directory on the host,
> > named like "1133497700-955364", containing fragments of the output, e.g.
> > "Switching to runlevel: 0". This is really annoying.
> > 2. For unknown reason, but apparently not related to #1, the last
> > message "Couldnt get a file descriptor referring to the console"
> I'm guessing that #1 and #2 are related, although how you got this
> particular symptom mystifies me.
I've always ignored #2 and lived fine.
Actually, I guess there's some unimplemented ioctl about /dev/console or
something like that.
> > appears. Not so many attempts before, there _has_ been a working console
> > (actually, at that time I had the devfs set to automount on boot time,
> > which produced some problems at different places). What can I do about
> > it?
> > 3. When I put the name of the backing file (redundantly) on the command
> > line, the kernel dies (more or less) saying "Kernel panic: Segfault with
> > no mm".
It could be a bug, but I'd like to see exact command line and output - I don't
know of anything similar.
> Are you using -tt, -skas0, or -skas3?
> What filesystem do you have mounted on /tmp, and is there any free space
Good questions too.
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