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Re: Maybe a Problem with "tip22"

On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 02:15:56AM -0700, Edwin Kwan wrote:
> 	I don't know whether the "kernel" and "initrd" were released
> separately.  But I could extract them from the bad
> "netboot-boot.img" using "objdump" and "dd" by just looking for the
> symbols "__kernel_start", "__kernel_end" and "__rd_start",
> "__rd_end".  I actually modified "ld.script.IP22" by putting
> "0x89702000" in the start address and built myself a netboot image
> using the extracted "kernel" and "initrd".  I got to the installer
> screen but I don't need to reinstall right now. :)

Geat, could you also try to use 


to build that image? This should fix the issue. It also fixes the messed
up addresses on IP32.
 -- Guido

> Guido Günther wrote:
> >Hi,
> >On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 02:22:17AM -0700, Edwin Kwan wrote:
> >>Hi,
> >>
> >>	The screen shot in Attilio's bug report was done by me on my Indy.
> >>I am not experienced in this beginning of the universe kind of code.
> >>But I found the following clues which may be useful.
> >I can reproduce the problem here now. A the same kernel+initrd that
> >works with 0.3.12 doesn't with 0.3.13 (unlucky number it seems). I try
> >come up with a patch during the next couple of days.
> >
> >BTW can I directlry fetch the initrd and kernel that was used to build:
> >
> >	http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/dists/squeeze/main/installer-mips/current/images/r4k-ip22/netboot-boot.img	
> >
> >I thought these used to be on the mirrors but can't seem to find them.
> >Cheers,
> > -- Guido
> >

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