On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 11:23:14PM +0000, Eric Buddington wrote:
>I am successfully booting into an initramfs under 2.6.26.5.
>
>However, on 2.6.27.3 and 2.6.27.4, the kernel uncompresses the
>initramfs, then complains that it can't find /init. I am using the
>same initramfs.cpio.gz in all cases, and the newer kernels have a
>.config derived from the working kernel
>
>I have tried compiling the initramfs into the kernel, loading it via
>the initrd= parameter, and doing both simultaneously, with no success.
>
>I see no discussion of this on the lists, so it's probable that I'm
>doing something stupid - but I can't see what would have changed
>between kernels and I know the initramfs.cpio.gz is good.
>


Looks weird...


>Here is the .config from my non-working 2.6.27.4:
>




Do you use the same config for 2.6.26.5 and 2.6.27.4 ?
If not, could you please send the diff between these two configs?

Thanks.

Cc: hpa@zytor.com

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