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Re: Loading emdebian file system on ARM target from USB stick



On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 11:13:17 -0300
Amandeep Bhullar <arm.debian@gmail.com> wrote:

> My ARM board AT91SAM9263-EK is running linux that I came with the
> board as linux demo. It is running from NAND flash and has a jffs2
> filesystem (not NFS). It is probably running an Angstrom based
> filesystem. You are right, the NAND flash is partitioned in different
> partitions for kernel, rootfs etc. So what I have done is (I dont
> know if I did the right thing), copied the emdebian-arm.tgz on a USB
> stick, mounted it on the board running linux and gave command tar
> -xzpf emdebian-arm.tgz and ./emsecondstage in the folder Emdebian I
> created. Here is what happened:

That sounds OK so far.

> Setting up libc6 (2.7-18em1) ...
> Alignment trap: iconvconfig (2310) PC=0x00009960 Instr=0xe5952000
> Address=0x0005
> 875e FSR 0x013
> Alignment trap: iconvconfig (2310) PC=0x00009960 Instr=0xe5952000
> Address=0x0005
> 876a FSR 0x013
> Alignment trap: iconvconfig (2310) PC=0x00009960 Instr=0xe5952000
> Address=0x0005
> 8786 FSR 0x001

That's a possible problem.

> Setting up base-passwd (3.5.20em1) ...
> 
> update-passwd has found some differences between your system accounts
> and the current Debian defaults. It is advisable to allow

Hmm, thought I'd fixed that.

> Setting up debian-archive-keyring (2009.01.31em1) ...
> gpg: symbol lookup error: /lib/libreadline.so.5: undefined symbol: PC
> gpg: symbol lookup error: /lib/libreadline.so.5: undefined symbol: PC
> gpg: symbol lookup error: /lib/libreadline.so.5: undefined symbol: PC
> dpkg: error processing debian-archive-keyring (--configure):
> subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 127

Does libreadline exist at that path in the rootfs? What version?

> My question is - di dI do the right thing? What is the error about
> debian-archive-keyring :

Not sure, not seen it before.

> If I was not to run it from within linux, then how should I?

What do you mean?

Does the board now boot and can gpg work after boot?

> Please
> help.Thanks.
> 
> Aman.

Emdebian Crush isn't problem-free, various niggles like this come and
go. Not all actually cause significant breakage. It depends if gpg can
work after initial setup or whether it is a continuing error.

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