Try turning on the debug option in the JFFS2 driver too -- at least =20
then we'll know if that is what's happening during the "hang"
On May 24, 2005, at 10:34 AM, J=E9r=F4me Multrier wrote:
> It happens only when I boot a fresh root_fs ... if I let it, I =20
> think I could wait for days ! So, I reconnect 1,2,3 times ... and =20
> it finaly works ...and it never happens again !
> I use a basic 400f. I'll try with a fresh and original trunk476 to =20
> ensure that it's not due to my little modifications :)
> 2005/5/24, Craig Hughes < craig@...>:
> Hmm, an hour seems a little bit too long. Is this an XM stix, or a =20=
> "regular", and is this happening after you flash a new root_fs to =20
> the flash, or is it happening every time?
> On May 24, 2005, at 7:43 AM, J=E9r=F4me Multrier wrote:
>> Last time, I waited for about 1 houre !! :)
>> 2005/5/24, Dave Hylands <dhylands@...>:
>> Hi Jerome,
>> > I have little problems with my gumstix : just after flashing a =20
>> new root_fs,
>> > I reset, and my kernel boots ... but it hangs after thoses lines :
>> You might just want to wait for a few minutes.
>> I noticed this too, and I think that's creating some kind of key
>> relating to ssh, and it takes a few minutes.
>> I had given up on mine and then all of a sudden it resumed!
>> This only happened on the very first boot. It would be nice if a
>> message was written to the console!
>> Dave Hylands
>> Vancouver, BC, Canada
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