Kernel panic on Freerunner QtMoko boot

Radek Polak psonek2 at
Wed Dec 5 13:07:09 CET 2012

On Wednesday, December 05, 2012 12:20:55 PM Harry Prevor wrote:

>> You can find and revert the qi commit here:
> I'm not sure what you mean by this so I didn't do it. Do I really need
> to make changes to Qi just to create a current jffs2 QtMoko image?

Yes you really have to rebuild Qi, the ubifs command line is hardcoded there 
and you need to change it to jffs2 command line.

> > I tried to do this today, however I got stuck at some parts:
> >     1. I can skip everything from "Step 8 - install QtMoko" except for
> > 
> > what's under "* Install it" because I'm not uploading anything to
> > SourceForge, right?

Yes, you dont need to upload it anywhere...

> >     2. How would I go about completing the "Step 9 - Linux kernel"
> > 
> > step? Should everything in this step be done in the qemu buildhost?
> > Can I just download a source tarball instead of using git to check it
> > out? What tarball should I download in that case?

I am building it in qemu buildhost. You can download the kernel package here:

But for converting the tarball to jffs2 you even dont need this. The kernel is 
alreay installed in tarbal under /boot.



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