[U-Boot-Users] jffs2 fs for linux
alan.casey5 at mail.dcu.ie
Fri Feb 25 19:09:52 CET 2005
Another thing you could try is when running
U-Boot to set your bootargs environment
variable to match your kernel command
line (i.e. add rootfstype=jffs2):
setenv bootargs root=/dev/mtdblock2 rootfstype=jffs2
console=ttyS0,115200 mem=64M panic=5
I've noticed that if i dont set 'rootfstype=jffs2'
in the bootargs variable i get the same error message
you were seeing for some reason.
Hope this helps,
>-- Original Message --
>From: Hinko Kocevar <hinko.kocevar at iskramedical.si>
>To: alan.casey5 at mail.dcu.ie
>Cc: uboot <u-boot-users at lists.sourceforge.net>
>Subject: Re: [U-Boot-Users] jffs2 fs for linux
>Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 18:37:59 +0100
>Alan Casey wrote:
>> Hi Hinko,
>> I had a similar problem. If you make sure
>> that your Flash is programmed similar to
>> the following order then it should work
>> with the setup you describe:
>> Image1 Addr1 u-boot <-- mounted as /dev/mtdblock0
>> Image2 Addr2 kernel <-- mounted as /dev/mtdblock1
>> Image3 Addr3 jffs2 <-- mounted as /dev/mtdblock2
>Hmm, this is just like my setup in flash.
>0x00000000 - 0x000c0000 uboot+env
>0x000c0000 - 0x002c0000 kernel
>0x002c0000 - 0x02000000 rootfs(jffs2)
>But as you can see from my previous post, kernel does not mount the
>rootfs as expected.
>Are there any special/other bits I have to setup?
>The same layout works on another pxa platform I have, but it is not
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