[Debian] new kernel package

Stefan Monnier monnier at iro.umontreal.ca
Wed Mar 3 18:06:53 CET 2010

>>> '> Apart from factoring out those modules, is the new kernel improved in
>>>> some way?  And is it built without the debug settings?
>>> It's the latest upstream andy-tracking, mostly meaning that if
>>> compared to July snapshot Bluetooth, GPS etc. should handle suspend
>>> better among else. Debug is disabled. WLAN should work, but because of
>>> the debug being disabled one usually hits this bug quite soon:
>> I just tried it and the boot fails with "unable to mount rootfs on
>> unknown block".  My Debian / partition is on the NAND, if it matters.
>> Any idea what might be the problem?
> Had the same issue. Solved it re-running 'configure-uboot.sh' with
> rootfstype=ext2 instead of ext3,

What is this "configure-uboot.sh"?  I'm not even using U-Boot but
Qi instead.  Furthermore, I'm using neither ext2 nor ext3 since / is on
the NAND (where I use jffs2).


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