QUOTE(datathief @ Apr 23 2008, 12:35 AM)
QUOTE(ArchiMark @ Apr 23 2008, 04:30 AM)
[ 2. 420001] mmcblk0: p1
[ 6. 800000] EXT2-fs warning: mounting unchecked fs, running e2fsck is recommended
[ 6. 810000] VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem).
[ 6. 820000] Freeing init memory: 96k
[ 6. 840000] Warning: unable to open initial console.
[ 6. 900000] Kernel panic - not syncing: no init found. Try passing init=option to kernel.
"Mounting unchecked fs" suggests that the card was removed from the machine you used to install before it had finished writing to it. My first suggestion would be to retry installing the rootfs tarball.
That did it, datathief! Thanks!
Don't know how I did that one....
Anyway, reinstalled the tarball, this time on a 4GB SD card instead of a 1GB card....Maximum SD Card Size?
Thought about using my new 16GB SD card, but didn't know if that would work on HTC Uni and also for some unknown reason, I couldn't seem to get my Fujitsu U810/Debian to recognize it....so, couldn't unpack tarball onto it...Debian Boots!
Meanwhile, Debian booted up OK this time..... Yeah!
Now, trying to get ethernet or wifi working now....USB Ethernet?
Trying to use ethernet through my Linksys USB200M v.2.1 device....at first I got message that there wasn't enough power, so connected up my lil' HP mini-hub and then there's enough power....
Now, to get connected to internet, do I need to do the 2nd section of the Titchy Mobile instructions titled 'Setting Up a USB Network' ?
If that is not what I should do, what should I do to get ethernet working?
Also, what cable type should I be using to connect Linksys to HTC?
I have the 'regular USB cable' and a 'USB host cable'....which one is correct for the HTC?
On my 3200 I use the 'USB host cable'.Keyboard - Symbols??
If so, how do I type the '>' symbol??? I don't see it on the keyboard....I tried the 'sym' key but I get the '|' symbol when I click that key....WiFi - UPDATE
As for WiFi, I just re-read instructions and realized that I needed to install 'firmware.tar.gz' and then per instructions:
modprobe htcuniversal-acx (message says "forcing power off...is that OK??)
....did that and now I see that wlan0 interface recognized in 'ifconfig -a'
I tried 'iwconfig wlan0 rate 1M per instructions, but get message that this is unknown command or something like that....
If I do 'ifup wlan0', console 'goes crazy' with continual scrolling of text.....no way to stop it....have force shutdown by resetting HTC Universal.....text refers to acx and has lots of numbers on each line as it scrolls by...
Any ideas as to get WiFi working properly??AC Power & USB Hub at Sametime?
Also, Is there anyway to connect the AC power to the Uni AND have the USB hub/ethernet device connected at the same time??? Would be nice to be able to do this since I will usually be near an AC power outlet either at home or at work....
Thanks for any and all help....