Re: NSLU2 Boot Stuck at Initramfs is running, prior to mounting root filesystem
fsck the disk on another system
depending on the size of the disk, you may be running out of ram in the fsck. Any partition larger than 250Gb is dicey.
From: Dave Potts <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, Mar 29, 2009 8:10 am
Subject: NSLU2 Boot Stuck at Initramfs is running, prior to mounting root filesystem
>My NLSU2 running Debian has been working just fine for a couple of
>years. After a power outage it now won't boot. Following the LEDs it gets to the "Initramfs is running, prior to mounting root filesystem" state.
>I've edited /etc/default/rcS and set FSCKFIX=yes and also enabled
>bootlogd as described in the readme.
>Please could someone offer me any advice on what I should try next?
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