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ctrl-alt-f2 does not get prompt

On 2008-02-06 16:02 +0100, Daniel Baumann wrote:
> landing in the initramfs means, that the system was not beeing able to
> mount the rootfs.
> that translates to one or more of the three following things:
>   * you lack either unionfs-modules or aufs-modules, matching the kernel
>     you're booting.

packages.txt from the root of binary.img:
ii  aufs-modules-2.6.22-3-486            2.6.22+0+20071105-9
ii  linux-image-2.6.22-3-486             2.6.22-6

>   * you lack squashfs-modules, matching the kernel you're booting.

also from packages.txt:
ii  squashfs-modules-2.6.22-3-486        2.6.22+3.2r2-9
ii  linux-image-2.6.22-3-486             2.6.22-6

>   * you're using aufs but have not specified union=aufs as bootparam,
>     or you're using unionfs but have not specified union-unionfs as
>     bootparam.

I did try booting with union=aufs to no avail since live-initramfs is
the default:
ii  live-initramfs                       1.110.7-1 

>     (in casper, unionfs is default; in live-initramfs, aufs is default,
>     so in your case, i would just state it explicit to be on the safe
>     side)

I suspect that something changed between builds (I did have this
working - but I made changes to the files that get copied to
config/chroot_local-includes but that /shouldn't/ affect it).  I will
start tracking packages.txt between builds.

Nick Golder

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