From: Mark Sayer <msayer@ne...> - 2006-02-09 07:33:39
Thanks David - that solved the problem. Still get those horrible errors
at the start but my system is now booting.
[mailto:gumstix-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: Thursday, 9 February 2006 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Loading new JFFS2 filesystem image breaks
gumstix good and proper
The 2.6.15 kernel needs to have root=3D1f01 instead of root=3D1f02 in =
The Unknown node type errors can be ignored for now.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
The suggestion to use VMWare instead of CoLinux worked like a charm. No =
BSOD, no issues making the Buildroot. Everything moved along smoothly. I =
am ready to do some coding finally.
Windows XP can talk with the Gumstix via USB/Serial using Hyperterm. I =
get the sign in, look around, all that good stuff. When I try to =
communicate (Kermit) with the Gumstix through Suse (VMWare), I get nada. =
Unable to open port.=20
What do I need to do to allow VMWare to pass Serial (Com5/USB-Serial) =
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