It's still compiling ... and i'd a problem during the compilation
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NOTE: Running task 338 of 710 (ID: 566, /stuff/openembedded/recipes/expat/expat-native_2.0.1.bb, do_unpack)
NOTE: Unpacking /...../sources/expat-2.0.1.tar.gz to tmp/work/i686-linux/expat-native-2.0.1-r3/
gzip: stdin: invalid compressed data--crc error
tar: Child returned status 1
tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
ERROR: '/stuff/openembedded/recipes/expat/expat-native_2.0.1.bb' failed
i re-download the archives from other place and same thing ... No problem with the archive on windows but on linux, i always had a CRC error.I find a way to bypass this but it's strange ...
During the compilation, i found a link to an helloWorld initrd on your IRC. I de-pack it on my SD,
and boot on it but i see nothing because of this warning (i suppose) :
"Warning : unable to open an initial console.".
And after a while, i got an "panic kernel". With the "Image" you put on the first post,
it work normaly, and i got a kernel panic after a while.
Do you have an idea of what i miss to got this "Warning : unable to open an initial console." ?
PS : Still compiling "Running task 374 of 710" ...
Originally Posted by dcordes
Hey, I have some tarballs to extract to SD and also .cpio.gz archives of rootfs for initrd use on my website. http://linuxtogo.org/~lgorris/
just lurk around a bit there. also check http://www.netripper.com/leo/
if you want to use initrd remove the root= line from CMDLINE in default.txt and use set initrd initrd-filename.cpio.gz instead.