Re: Lenny: Unable to mount initrd
Thank you for the help.
> Which way do you used to upload the files (which exactly?) to the Z? Do you use z/VM?
I uploaded the files using x3270-x11. See screenshots below. Yes I do use z/VM.
> The lenny images uses an initramfs, aka compressed cpio archive, no real filesystem.
Yes! Etch does it too, even for non s390 initrd. Those compressed cpio
images are not working for me at s390, it only works if I convert
compressed cpio to compressed ext2 fs.
See the md5 of the files I'm using:
The complete output is at:
Upload screenshots for file is at:
On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 7:42 AM, Bastian Blank<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 03, 2009 at 03:06:38PM -0300, Peter Senna Tschudin wrote:
>> I've uploaded files to the System Z but kernel was not able to mount
>> the initrd.
> Which way do you used to upload the files (which exactly?) to the Z? Do
> you use z/VM?
>> The most strange is that normally after the word "tried:"
>> there is ext2, ext3 and cramfs.
> The lenny images uses an initramfs, aka compressed cpio archive, no real
>> See the output error:
> Please show the complete log.
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