Boot off CF card hangs at "Trying to mount root"

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Mon Aug 29 05:26:26 GMT 2005


On Monday 29 August 2005 14:47, Stefan Bethke wrote:
> > You neglected to mention the failure mode and I am not a mind reader.
>
> Sorry, I thought it would be obvious from the subject line.

Doh..
Sorry I am blind :(

> > OK.
> > I would suggest getting the output of ps into a file (say, via
> > serial console)
> > as well as a back trace and posting a URL to it.
>
> Since this is my router, and I need to get a cross-over serial cable
> before doing that, should I kick off a kernel compile with any
> particular debugging options, or would a standard verbose boot be
> sufficient?

Just a normal verbose boot should do for that sort of information.

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