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SubjectFwd: init process failed when booting linux
Hi,

When I was booting my Linux (2.6.17) on my FPGA-prototyped system, the
init process always failed. Below is the serial console message I've
got:

<6>Freeing init memory: 584K
Freeing init memory: 584K
ø<6>/init exit code: -14
/init exit code: -14
<4>Failed to execute /init
Failed to execute /init

Things went wrong from the third line. I've looked at the
corresponding linux code, the boot process stopped at a data abort
exception from address in __arch_clear_user at 0xc012ad44. Any ideas
on why this is happening and possible ways to fix it would be greatly
appreciated.


Jack
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