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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] EXT2 error / read only file system
I'm using the uClinux-dist that I get in CVS some time ago. Is there a way to succeed mounting a EXT2 filesystem? Is something missing in my linux configuration?
I will check the permissions and then I post it here!
On 4/11/07, John Williams <jwilliams@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Bruno Herrera wrote:
> uclinux[mtd]: root filesystem index=0
> VFS: test name = </dev/root>
> VFS: fs_name = <ext2>
> VFS: fs_name = <romfs>
> VFS: root name <1f:00>
> VFS: tried fs_name = <ext2> err= -22
> VFS: tried fs_name = <romfs> err= 0
At boot, the kernel attempts to mount the root device with all known
filesystems. You have compiled ext2 and romfs support into your kernel,
so both filesystems "get a go" at mounting the root device. Since your
root dev points to a memory-based romfs filesystem, ext2 fails, but
romfs succeeeds. This is not an error, it's just how it's designed.
> VFS: Mounted root (romfs filesystem) readonly.
> Freeing init memory: 36K
> init started: BusyBox v1.00 (2006.12.05-04:15+0000) multi-call binary
> Could not run '/etc/rc.sysinit': Permission denied
On your development machine, have a look in petalinux-dist/romfs/etc -
what are the permissions on the rc.sysinit file?
Are you using a standard petalinux install, or uClinux-dist?
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Bruno Meirelles Herrera
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