Debian fails to boot after some reboots
sven.bretfeld at gmx.ch
Wed Sep 24 02:28:52 CEST 2008
I have installed Debian on my SD card already ten times or so. It's
working alright for some time, but after a few days (i.e. after about
5-6 reboots) the system refuses to come up again. I usually run qtopia
From my flash card most of the time and switch to Debian once or twice
a day. At least I whish to.
I installed Debian with a vfat boot partition using the
Error messages differ from time to time. As far as I can remember, I
had a "root file system not found" the last time with a following
kernel panic. This time the message says:
| Unable to use mmc 1:1 for fatload
| Wrong Image format for bootm command
| ERROR: Can't get kernel image
After a second the boot manager appears again.
What, the heck, can be the problem? Why does it work at first and what
could have corrupted the system subsequently?
Thanks for help
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