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[DEV][2012/08/29] Multiboot v0.8

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18th May 2012, 12:10 PM   |  #771  
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Hi,

Just wondering if you are planning to implement the time out or a default boot option for automatic startup?

Thanks in advance.

Yes, a timeout with a configurable default boot is a must also for me.
Hope it will be implemented.
18th May 2012, 12:30 PM   |  #772  
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m11kkaa can you confirm wheter is multiboot compatible with GB kernels or not?
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21st May 2012, 06:11 PM   |  #773  
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The only problem I am facing is that the multiboot roms return to stock after every reboot .is anyone else facing this problem?

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21st May 2012, 09:43 PM   |  #774  
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m11kkaa can you confirm wheter is multiboot compatible with GB kernels or not?

yes GB is compatiable with Multiboot provided you have both GB kernel in Nand + sdcard (virtual rom )

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The only problem I am facing is that the multiboot roms return to stock after every reboot .is anyone else facing this problem?

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Set 2nd-system as default boot . It should take you to the multiboot list menu
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22nd May 2012, 07:19 AM   |  #775  
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Set 2nd-system as default boot . It should take you to the multiboot list menu

I have set 2nd system as default only. Yet every time I boot I cm 7 or Ms2ginger it takes me to the welcome screen. I am using multiboot manager app


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22nd May 2012, 07:24 PM   |  #776  
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yes GB is compatiable with Multiboot provided you have both GB kernel in Nand + sdcard (virtual rom )

Can you tell me then why am I unable to get it working? I'm on Quarx's latest Defy+ CM7.2 nigtly, installed multiboot 0.5.5 via stable recovery, created VFS with Multiboot Manager and when I boot to recovery (CM9 VFS) I get errors:
E:Can't mount /cache/ Can't open /cache etc.
Tried with both CM9 and DHT-22 kernel - same errors. Few other members reported the same issue. Can someone look into it?
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I have set 2nd system as default only. Yet every time I boot I cm 7 or Ms2ginger it takes me to the welcome screen. I am using multiboot manager app


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I think you are missing something . Please go through the tutorial in my signature and post if such problems occur again . find the attachments as well .

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Can you tell me then why am I unable to get it working? I'm on Quarx's latest Defy+ CM7.2 nigtly, installed multiboot 0.5.5 via stable recovery, created VFS with Multiboot Manager and when I boot to recovery (CM9 VFS) I get errors:
E:Can't mount /cache/ Can't open /cache etc.
Tried with both CM9 and DHT-22 kernel - same errors. Few other members reported the same issue. Can someone look into it?

I guess your VFS is corrupted . Please use the fsimages Dont create VFS via multiboot manager and check it again if its causing you the trouble .And also the kernel in VFS should be a GB kernel rom ( since you are using Defy+ build) you should use the kernel-gb-234-451-134-signed.zip , Its GB kernel for CM9 . So you should flash that kernel into virtual rom before you start using CM9 from VFS. If there still are any problem .Follow the tutorial in my link . I think that should clear any problem for you .
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23rd May 2012, 11:28 AM   |  #778  
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I guess your VFS is corrupted . Please use the fsimages Dont create VFS via multiboot manager and check it again if its causing you the trouble .And also the kernel in VFS should be a GB kernel rom ( since you are using Defy+ build) you should use the kernel-gb-234-451-134-signed.zip , Its GB kernel for CM9 . So you should flash that kernel into virtual rom before you start using CM9 from VFS. If there still are any problem .Follow the tutorial in my link . I think that should clear any problem for you .

No matter which fsimages I use the same error is printed. About this kernel, my phone is Defy with Bayer module and I'm on Defy+ CM7.2 nightly by Quarx (+DHT-22 kernel) are you sure I need to use kernel you mentioned?
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No matter which fsimages I use the same error is printed. About this kernel, my phone is Defy with Bayer module and I'm on Defy+ CM7.2 nightly by Quarx (+DHT-22 kernel) are you sure I need to use kernel you mentioned?

well I mentioned that kernel should be for CM9 . albeit not CM7 defy+ ... I m still not sure abt ur setup .. if you are having a problem pm me stating you setup for Nand and virtual system . and how did you proceed .
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I think you are missing something . Please go through the tutorial in my signature and post if such problems occur again . find the attachments as well .



I guess your VFS is corrupted . Please use the fsimages Dont create VFS via multiboot manager and check it again if its causing you the trouble .And also the kernel in VFS should be a GB kernel rom ( since you are using Defy+ build) you should use the kernel-gb-234-451-134-signed.zip , Its GB kernel for CM9 . So you should flash that kernel into virtual rom before you start using CM9 from VFS. If there still are any problem .Follow the tutorial in my link . I think that should clear any problem for you .


I am experiencing the same error..
"E:Can't mount /cache/ Can't open /cache etc."

I'm on Green lens froyo.. CM9 (CM7 kernel)

So should i flash the froyo 222 kernel frm http://defy.wdscript.fr/kernel/ ?? N try again??

Hope it doesnt mess the stable CM9..

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