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cs_jacky
Hi,

My Zaurus was hanged when I was using GPRS card with low battery level. I have to take out the battery to restart. After that, I found the following messages during boot up.

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IrCOMM protocol (Dag Brattli)
cramfs: wrong magic
FAT: bogus logical sector size 381
Eep. Child "testsocketserver.cpp" (ino #7573) of dir ino #7566 doesn't exist!
Eep. Child "FoxyTunes.dll" (ino #14450) of dir ino #14443 doesn't exist!
Inode #6410 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #6411 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8278 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #2665 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #14443 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Cannot remove child "FoxyTunes.dll", ino #14450, because it doesn't exist
Inode #764 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #9597 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #7566 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Cannot remove child "testsocketserver.cpp", ino #7573, because it doesn't exist
Inode #7330 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #9598 was a directory with children - removing those too...
VFS: Mounted root (jffs2 filesystem) readonly.
Mounted devfs on /dev
Freeing init memory: 152K


There was a FoxyTunes.dll in the root partition. I have deleted all FoxyTunes.dll in my Zaurus but still get this message. I think it is related to the file system in the root partition.

Anybody suggest a way to fix it? Thanks in advance.
cs_jacky
Oh. I just found a thread which said this is not a problem at all.

http://www.oesf.org/forums/inde...=7722&hl=cramfs
ikm
QUOTE(cs_jacky @ Nov 26 2004, 07:44 AM)
Oh. I just found a thread which said this is not a problem at all.

http://www.oesf.org/forums/inde...=7722&hl=cramfs

That's right -- the jffs2 filesystem is genereally self-checking and self-reparable, so you have no need to intervene. These messages are more for debugging and are normally suppressed, but they are enabled in pdaXrom kernel, just to be sure I guess.
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