Re: NSLU2 reflashing kernel and rootfs - using installer as rescue
Martin, thanks - that did it. I think I wasn't mounting dev with the bind option, so I'm back and reflashed now. Now looks like my next task is figuring out why apt is seg faulting on me after scanning for dependencies!
Thanks for your help, that hit it on the nose.
[excuse the double message Martin, wanted to get it in the list archive]
----- Original Message ----
From: Martin Michlmayr <email@example.com>
To: Jeff Boles <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 9:55:52 AM
Subject: Re: NSLU2 reflashing kernel and rootfs - using installer as rescue
* Jeff Boles <email@example.com> [2006-12-15 08:27]:
> Hi Martin, thanks. I'll try this procedure again this evening, I've
> done a temporary workaround with your flash image on cyrius to
> recover for today. It seems I was having some struggle getting
> flash-kernel to execute from the chroot environment, but I'll get
> back to you after I take another run at it.
Yeah, you need to mount /dev and /proc.
> Go into debian-installer again and mount your root filesystem on
> /target. Then do:
> mount -o bind /dev/ /target/dev
> mount -t proc none /target/proc
> chroot /target
> umount /target/dev
> umount /target/proc
> umount /target
> Martin Michlmayr
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