Mon Jul 14 13:16:20 UTC 2008
ttymxc0 device. If so, then the reason why you cannot login is that
you don't have ttymxc0 listed in /etc/securetty.
The file comes from target/generic/target_skeleton/etc, but you can
simply edit it under project_build_arm/uclibc/root/etc and rerun make
to regenerate your filesystem image.
I don't see any mention of /dev/ttymxcN in Documentation/devices.txt
in the kernel sources? I take it that the serial driver isn't in the
> THe other thing I tried to do was pass init=/dev/sh and
> init=/dev/bash to try to get a direct shell prompt. I don't think
> it was connecting to the MX31's serial port because I never saw any
> outputs after the filesystem was mounted. Is there a recommended
> way to force /dev/sh to appear on a ttyS0 (or actually ttymxc0 for
> the MX31)
I take it you mean /bin/sh not /dev/sh?
Strange. And you do get output from init and login with the same
filesystem if you boot without init=/bin/sh?
Bye, Peter Korsgaard
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