[debian] State of annoying memory card corruption bug?

Fox Mulder Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Sun Oct 5 17:56:11 CEST 2008

The kernel shipped with debian has the corruption bug.
To update your kernel you must do it by hand. The instruction how to do
this is in the debian page in the openmoko wiki [1].
I changed my /boot partition from vfat to ext2 and symlink the
boot-kernel to the one i want to use because i switch between the actual
OM and FSO kernels.



joakim at verona.se wrote:
> Fox Mulder <Quakeman1 at gmx.net> writes:
>> Which kernel and from when do you use?
>> This bug should be fixed in newer kernels. But i still use the apm
>> suspend/resume script which works for me since i installed debian.
> Ok, how do I ensure I have a newer kernel? I just use the kernel shipped
> with Debian, I think.
>> Ciao,
>>      Rainer
>> joakim at verona.se wrote:
>>> It is rather annoying to fix the memory card whenever it gets corrupted
>>> and wont boot. I know there are workaround scripts, but they dont work
>>> for me, since I most often get corruption after booting after unexpected
>>> power down.
>>> Is there any progress on this bug? Any working workarounds ?

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