Just a quick guess...
Make your you type the bootargs like this:
setenv bootargs mem=0x01000000@... root=/dev/ram
(without a '=' between the variable name and the value(s) )
--On Friday, October 18, 2002 20:02:19 +0200 Gunnar Karlstrom
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to get Linux running on a Cogent cdk238 board.
> I'm using armboot-1.1.0 as the loader, it starts and runs.
> The kernel is based on the 2.4.13 and the codegen patch.
> The kernel runs.
> If I have understood it correctly the booloader should provide the kernel
> with some parameters for the ROOT file system. In my case ramfs.
> My problem is that I can't make the kernel find the ROOT filesystem.
> Maybe ATAG structure problem, maybe a command line parameters are wrong or
> something else.
> I have tried with a kernel command line:
> bootargs=mem=0x01000000@... root=/dev/ram
> and filled out the ATAG_ramdisk structure to the physical address of the
> But I must be doing something wrong.
> If anyone using the same or similar setup has made it work I would
> appriciate information how you manage it to work such as, where do you
> store the ramdisk,
> entered commands, the kernel command line and what's in the ATAG
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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