[U-Boot-Users] jffs2 fs for linux
wd at denx.de
Fri Feb 25 21:03:24 CET 2005
in message <421F36D0.4060703 at iskramedical.si> you wrote:
> (I apologize if the list recieves this(similar) mail twice)
Yes, we did :-(
> I have jffs2 fs image in flash and would like to mount it when linux
> asks for root fs.Linux gives out:
This is actually NOT related to U-Boot, so it's off topic on this
> and command line is:
> Kernel command line: root=/dev/mtdblock2 rootfstype=jffs2 rw
> console=ttyS0,115200 mem=64M panic=5
> But how do I supply this info to u-boot when booting linux?
You don't supply any inforation to U-Boot, it's the LInux kernel who
needs to know where to find the root filesystem, Assuming your flash
partitioning in Linux is correct, then the "root=/dev/mtdblock2"
should be all you need.
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