On 07/25/10 11:49, Somebody in the thread at some point said:
lör 2010-07-24 klockan 13:27 +0200 skrev Henrik Nordström:
> lör 2010-07-24 klockan 10:49 +0100 skrev Andy Green:
>> Is it an issue with EABI not in the kernel?
>> That would cause exactly illegal instruction faults IIUI.
> Thanks. Looks like I need to build my own kernel..
> # CONFIG_AEABI is not set
Getting a little further.. instead of illegal instruction I now have
FATAL: kernel too old
Who is actually saying that? Presumably it's too old to have some
specific feature something needs, eg, udev?
Kernel is 18.104.22.168 (patched with board support)
Using the F11 rootfs. (F12 gives same result, obviously)
Is 22.214.171.124 really too old, or am I missing more kernel options?
Too old for "something" I guess it is true.
Did you try coming up with init=/bin/bash and see if what creates that
message is bypassed?