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Meyer
post Nov 16 2007, 10:33 PM
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dev_img-1.5 worked fine until several months ago when gcc started segment faulting. Decided to try upgrading to 1.6 to solve the problem, but I can't get the set-up script to run successfully. Does something need to be installed first to use squashfs instead of the previous image's cramfs? Have tried running more than once removing all the 1.5 configuration I could find.

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# sh image_setup.sh /usr/mnt.rom/card/dev_img-1.6 /mnt/dev
Setting mount point /mnt/dev...
Mounting image /usr/mnt.rom/card/dev_img-1.6...
mount: Mounting /usr/mnt.rom/card/dev_img-1.6 on /mnt/dev failed: No such device
Failed to mount image /usr/mnt.rom/card/dev_img-1.6 on /mnt/dev


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Meyer
post Apr 6 2008, 09:53 PM
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Having made no progress on this problem, I've been making-do with zgcc for on-board compiling for the last few months, until today when I wanted to compile something that uses the curses library. Finding no IPKG for libcurses, I decided to give dev_img-1.6 another try.

Still no success, but I may have found the cause for image file failing to mount. My kernel is version 2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix (Sharp ROM 1.31 JP), but my squashfs module is compiled for kernel 2.4.20. This give me three possible ways forward:
  1. Find a squashfs IPKG for kernel 2.4.18...
  2. Find a copy of dev_img-1.5, which uses known-to-work cramfs instead of squashfs.
  3. Compile squashfs myself, which will require a kernel patch.

Anyone know where I can find the targets of 1. or 2., or a painless way to do 3.?

Zaurus is SL-C860.
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