From: Jim Pogemiller <poge0007@um...> - 2006-05-30 21:21:22
Thanks for the advice. It seems I wasn't mounting the MMC card each time I
booted (silly mistake). Now that I've written that into the script,
everything is working well.
Thanks for the quick response!
On 30 May 2006, Dave Hylands wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> > Scanning JFFS2 FS: ....../ add_node: malloc failed
> > add_node failed!
> > load: Failed to scan JFFSv2 file structure
> > ### JFFS2 LOAD ERROR<0> for boot/uImage!
> > I'm trying to log the data on to the MMC card with
> > mount /mnt/mmc
> Are you sure the mount suceeded? If it failed, then the logging step
> below will still work, but gpsout will wind up coming from the main
> flash, and not the MMC card.
> Putting gpsout in a directory would help, then the cat command will
> fail if the mount fails, becuase the subdirectory won't exist.
> Do you have an XM? If so, you may not have erased all of memory before
> flashing your previous image (which can cause the new image to work
> for a while but evnetually fail in a manner like what you've
> Dave Hylands
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