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SubjectRE: kernel space to user space /bin/sh startup
On Apr 11 2007 08:57, Tom Strader wrote:
>Nope. Terminal is set correctly, the kernel is outputting messages, the
>command line arguments sent to the kernel have 115200 set. What would
>happen if the getty was not started correctly?

I'd say you have no login prompt then after rcS finished.
Thanks for NOT top posting.

> Would the echoes in rcS
>still appear? I feel like it may be related to the getty and userspace
>prints due to the fact the kernel is still printing and responding to
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jan Engelhardt []
>Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 8:48 AM
>To: Tom Strader
>Subject: Re: kernel space to user space /bin/sh startup
>On Apr 10 2007 11:22, Tom Strader wrote:
>>console::respawn:/sbin/getty -L 115200 /dev/ttyS0 vt100
>>Now I can type on the console and characters are echoed back, pressing
>>ctrl-c echoes: "uart_flush_buffer(0) called" so the code is still
>>running, but I am not sure where I am or why I see no login prompt or
>>shell command line.
>>I never see the "mounting filesystems..." echoed to the screen, but the
>>code does not stall and no errors are reported by the kernel. Any help
>>during the transition from init/main.c in kernel space to user space
>>would be appreciated, so I could debug this further.
>>I have looked around and have not seen a solution for my problem, most
>>likely due to the fact that I am not entirely sure what the problem is.
>Perhaps your terminal program is set to 9600 bps?

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