From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2002-04-02 16:29:20
> Ok, it opens 2 xterminal sesions with the login program running, but
> it don't accept any keystroke. So I can't access.
So, to be clear, you get two xterms with login prompts displayed, but when
you type at them, your keystrokes aren't echoed?
> Unknown transport in eth_setup : tuntap,,,192.168.0.254
Can you get rid of the eth0 argument to make that error go away? I doubt
it will have any effect, but I'd like to be sure.
From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2002-04-03 16:52:52
And this login prompt is also dead, right?
> Unauthorized access to this system is strictly prohibited.
> redhat72 login:
Can you attach gdb to the tracing thread (the pid is in this line :
'tracing thread pid = ...') and get a backtrace?
Thaks for anwering me.
Ok, in the two xterms the keystrokes aren't echoed. But not only that,
because if I type root <cr> root it should do something... but it doesn't do.
I have tried to run UML without ethernet parameters. And these are the two
error1.txt is the entire output for "linux mem=64M ubd0=../root_fs"
error2.txt is the entire output for "linux mem=64M
The result are the same in two cases, i can't do anything...
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