Op dinsdag 31 maart 2015 21:12:53 schreef Dirk Müller:
Not only the shutdown left an unbootable system,
also taking off the power
and plugging the power in does not start the system again.
yes, the kiwi firstboot somehow wrecks the firmware, so a 2nd boot
fails. I currently think it is the resizing during initial boot, but
it could be also something else..
Is there anyway I can help?
Figure out what the bug is and how to fix it :-) I'm looking as
astonished as you are. if you have any hint on what might go wrong,
let me know.
I studied on the BOOT disk the file boot.script and found in the value for
bootargs the parameter disk=/dev/disk/by-id/mmc-00000_0x1537043d . I have the
feeling there should be -part? appended, where ? should be 2 or 3. Both root=
and resume= have -part3. respectively -part4 appended.
Freek de Kruijf
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