Re: Upgrade reflashed without ixp400 driver
On Sun, Aug 13, 2006 at 01:31:56AM +0200, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> * Marc Singer <email@example.com> [2006-08-12 09:52]:
> > I upgraded my nslu2-debian-arm slug this morning. In the process, it
> > reflashed the firmware. It also said that it didn't flash the ixp400
> > drivers. I *think* that this broke my system, but I haven't booted
> > yet.
> > 1) Is it really now broken?
> > 2) Shouldn't it *not* rewrite flash if it cannot build a ramdisk
> > with all of the drivers I'm currently using?
> In this case it will normally only flash the image if you set
> NSLU2_IXP400_REQUIRED=false in /etc/mkinitramfs/nslu2.conf, but maybe
> the check got broken? (Although I don't think I changed anything to
> that part of the code.) What does /etc/mkinitramfs/nslu2.conf say?
It really did reflash the kernel and ramdisk.
But it seems like it shouldn't have.
It was clear in it's diagnostic messages that the mkinitramfs failed.
It couldn't find the ixp400 drivers, as expected. Perhaps there is
something else in the script that is broken.
> In any case, if it really wrote a bad image, you can simply upgrade to
> a good image again via upslug2, and then we can do more tests.
That's what I did.