Can you expand the boot ramdisk filesystem?
I am a Linux novice.
I found an installation report for DEBIAN S390 and am trying to duplicate
Basically you get the ram-disk, mount it, insert the oco qeth/qdio modules,
and recompress it.
I got the Debian install root mounted, but get an out-of-space error
when trying to put the oco modules in.
root@CPU3 netâ# df
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/dasda1 2366248 971656 1274392 43% /
/tmp/root 3360 3360 0 100%
So, is there any way to expand (give it more blocks)
the uncompressed filesystem?
Just to give you an idea of where I am with this, I installed
the Marist system and upgraded it to 2.2.16 to get this far.
I am running them in LPARs (not VM). I have escon ctc,
and OSA QDIO connections. I am trying to get a QDIO
connection to the DEBIAN install at this point.
(I am also trying to get the FTP (guest works fine) server
on the Marist system to work, which would also allow
the Debian install to proceed).