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No no no, the disk. The initrd is ext2.<BR>
Tried changing the disk to ext2 and still get the same results.<BR>
This did work, but is not what I need.<BR>
1. Etherboot the filo.elf (4.2) as a payload<BR>
2. Run the filo.elf<BR>
3. It is able to load my kernel & initrd.elf, only off of the hd, not the usb stick.<BR>
My setup uses etherboot as a primary to get the kernel & intird as an elf.<BR>
But if that connection dies I want it to use the kernel & initrd elf on my <BR>
usb stick. This first part works just fine. It is finding a way to get the second<BR>
part that is taking me weeks! <IMG SRC="cid:1089734925.5846.13.camel@buildserver1" ALIGN="middle" ALT=":(" BORDER="0"><BR>
On Tue, 2004-07-13 at 11:48, Peter Stuge wrote:
<PRE><FONT COLOR="#737373"><I>On Tue, Jul 13, 2004 at 11:35:01AM -0400, David Aubin wrote:
> Thank yo for the image, but oddly it fails exactly the
> same way....
> Found initrd block 0
> crc error
> I'm using reiserfs, I'll try ext2. I'm really running out
> of ideas.
For the initrd? I believe only ext2, minix, cramfs and perhaps one
other filesystem is actually supported for initrd:s.
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