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SubjectRe: Problem with Ramdisk in linux-2.4.1
On Tue, 13 Feb 2001, Jaswinder Singh wrote:

> >
> > Can you point me to a cramfs generation procedure? (never used
> > cramfs.. know where the docs are, but could use a small time warp)
> >
>
> make ramdisk as you normally do and then compress it by gzip .

Ok, it's not a cramfs. If you disable cramfs, it will likely
work. There seems to be a (init order?) problem when cramfs is
enabled. For instance, if I enable cramfs here, my minix gzipped
initrd can not mount root.. kernel tries to use reiserfs instead
for some unknown reason. I disable cramfs and all is well.

Since the error message you posted seems to be from cramfs...

-Mike

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