BTW:

when i run UML using the hostfs,

# linux root=/dev/root rootflags=/ rootfstype=hostfs ro con0=fd:0,fd:1 init="/bin/sh -l"

it pour out a lot of information which seem somthing is wrong, and boot up the UML.
However, I do not get the prompt such as "root@uml:~#"

I just got the prompt "bash-2.05b#"

What is wrong with it? Something I miss?

Pravin <shindepravin@gmail.com> 写道:
On 1/17/07, An Ching wrote:
> Hi wstearns,
>
> I now use the UML to do my jobs. However, it is my first time to use the
> system, and met a problem in building my own root_fs.
>
> I downloaded the scripts in
> http://www.stearns.org/mkrootfs/ and run the commands
>
> # ./mkrootfs
>
> It run not very well but finially finished and got a file 'root_fs'. I
> booted the UML using the file.
>
> # linux ubd0=root_fs
>
> It was so pity that it didn't work and said:
>
> Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found. Try passing init= option to
> kernel.

try using #linux ubd0=root_fs init=/bin/sh
this should be able to get u the shell
>
> How to do next? Could you give me some advices?
>
> Thanks a lot~
>
--
Pravin Shinde


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