David Jones goofy_36@yahoo.com
Sun Feb 29 00:48:52 CET 2004

I'm not happy with it either.  I'll be working on it
some more tonight.  ALso, I've been reading everything
I can find on the subject.  Maybe I'll have more luck
this next time around.  At least now I know that
pivot_root can work with our kernel and setup.  Now
it's a matter of getting it right.

--- Oleg Gusev <oleg@usm.uni-muenchen.de> wrote:
> I see some more fundamental problems with this
> setup.
> If the kernel uses "root=/dev/rd/0" in CMDLINE,
> init (linuxrc) has PID != 1, and after 'exec init'
> this
> second init sees that his parent's PID !=1, and
> rejects to start.
> If i change the CMDLINE to "root=/dev/ram0", the 
> linuxrc PID==1, but busybox rejects to remount  /
> read-write, and cardmgr can't request creation
> of device entries, mount /dev/hda3, and write 
> logfile == crash...
> (i have hda1 -> fat16, hda2 -> swap, hda3 -> rootfs)
>  Oleg.
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