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Re: MIPS port maintenance (debian-installer, kernel)

>Today came the RaQ1 with 64MB RAM and 10GB HD.
>I installed Debian with the kernel above (also changed the default.colo
>to point to the new kernel). Installation (on serial console) - no problem.
>After installation and reboot the last thing I see in the serial console
>(screen /dev/ttyS0 115200) is:
>ide: LBA 20044080
>ide: supports PIO mode 4
>ide: mode 4 timing
>ide: partition 1
>ext2: revision 0
>1> lcd 'Booting...' /dev/{mounted-volume}
>1> -load /boot/default.colo
>ext2: {boot/default.colo} --> {./default.colo}
>000000bf 191t
>1> -script
>2> mount hda1
>ext2: revision 0
>2> load /vmlinux
>ext2: {vmlinux} --> {vmlinux-2.6.18-6-r5k-cobalt}
>00351191 3477905t
>2> lcd "Booting Debian"
>2> var cons_opts ''
>2> -var cons_opts console=ttyS0,{console-speed}
>2> execute root=/dev/hda2 {cons_opts}
>elf32: 00080000 - 0033701f (802f3000) (ffffffff.80000000)
>elf32: 80080000 (80080000) 2687110t + 159642t
>No prompt and ssh is not yet installed so I can't get access to the
>device. :-( Is there anything missing in the colo config that would
>initiate the serial stuff? Do you need any additional information?
>The LCD says: "<Date/Time> Debian GNU/Linux" so normal from my point of
>view. As I know it from the RaQ2 and Qube2.
>Any ideas?

Looks like this: http://lists.debian.org/debian-mips/2008/02/msg00051.html

Same problem? I definitely have changed the kernel in my /nfsroot (deleted the old one).


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