Forward sent message to the list since I replied directly. :(
Le 24/08/2013 16:05, Johannes Nohl a écrit :
2013/8/21 Guillaume Gardet <guillaume.gardet(a)free.fr>fr>:
Le 21/08/2013 17:29, Johannes Nohl a écrit :
OK. I'm a bit clueless here. It may be that
YaST firstboot stops the
boot process. But I can't be sure because I can't login. Anyhow when
turning firstboot of there's neither network nor tty. How can I solve
this? Thanks for any help.
Remove the file /var/lib/YaST2/reconfig_system from
filesystem and try to boot. It will boot without starting firstboot.
Could you also send the content of boot.script file from boot partition, please?
thanks for replying. I really would like to get this going. In the
meanwhile I installed debian wheezy which worked perfectly so I can
rule hardware/kernel issues out. Furthermore I googled someone else
troubling the same result:
tried JeOSand XFCE packages). I got the same logging result as
I cannot access this google group. :(
Please find attached the serial console log of the first boot after
flashing. After that I removed /var/lib/YaST2/reconfig_system and
booted again, see the second attachment.
From my point of view it isn't Firstboot or
Serial Getty since it is
marked as started. Additionally I chrooted into the system
once and I
could run firstboot (complaining about hardware of course). Thanks for
My second guess would be the NIC. I can see (in my router's log) that
no new interface is comming up. Maybe the whole thing is freezing?
Maybe, but strange. I have no cubieboard here, so I cannot test anything.
Did you tried to enable a console on ttyS1?
Did you plug a monitor?
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