[parisc-linux] More Install on C110: Kernel doesn't load...
Fri, 2 Nov 2001 10:38:11 -0600
The ISO image burned is 137,854,976 bytes in length... at some point
here I'll cat /dev/cdrom > /dev/null to check the media and make sure
there's not a problem, but I'd be inclined to think its something with
the format on CD... Here's the file I fed into my port of palo:
-c0/vmlinux root=/dev/ram initrd=0/ramdisk
When mounted, the 0.9.2 ISO's name is palinux-0.9.1, because it was
mastered like that? Anyway, I assume the kernels on the ISO image are
OK to use? I can't of course compile them myself because I don't have
an hppa cross compiler (no x86 box).
On Friday, November 2, 2001, at 10:18 AM, Paul Bame wrote:
> = >Entry 00100000 first 00100000 n 4
> = >Segment 0 load 00100000 size 160694 mediaptr 0x1000
> = >Segment 1 load 0028a000 size 468472 mediaptr 0x18a000
> = >Segment 2 load 00300000 size 8192 mediaptr 0x1fd000
> = >Segment 3 load 0034bea8 size 80688 mediaptr 0x1ffea8
> = >
> = >Error: read from boot device failed (status = -4)
> = >byteio_read: seekread() returned -1 expected 2048
> = >Error: segment 0 read() failed
> palo has read thee ELF header by then, but fails to read the first
> program segment (0). It's unusual for things to die here. The
> firmware docs say error -4 is "unrecoverable hardware error".
> Perhaps the ISO image got truncated or is shorter than it should be?