--- David Coulson <david@...> wrote:
> Terry wrote:
> > I created the filesystem on the host os with dd.
> > boot up my vm with ubd3=/uml/new_fs as a kernel
> > argument. WHen inside the VM, I create an ext2
> > filesystem on it. I am then able to mount it
> > from there. When I add it to fstab as:
> > /dev/ubd/3 /usr ext2 defaults 1
> > It blows chunks.
> What's the error message? What command line are you
> starting UML with?
> You need to give us some information to actually
> debug the problem.
During the boot process:
Mounting local filesystems: Child 28884 exited with
Or Manually with fstab:
Child 23701 exited with signal 11
I can get it mounted in the following ways:
mount /dev/ubd/3 /usr
mount -a (if its in fstab)
I start UML with:
I took a peek at the script that mounts filesystems
and it is pretty basic.
Any ideas on how to get around this? It works if I
put the mount command in rc.local but I need the
filesystem way before that gets ran.
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