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From: <chris@...>
Subject: gentoo baselayout "Attempted to kill init"
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2011 16:18:38 -0500
 I've got a filesystem created with the following toolchain: (from 
 crossdev)

 arm-unknown-linux-gnu-

 with

 arm-unknown-linux-gnu-emerge system
 arm-unknown-linux-gnu-emerge baselayout

 I created the kernel separately, and was able to boot it with another 
 filesystem that was created by somebody else.

 During the boot process the kernel says "Attempted to kill init" 
 because the /init program exited for some reason.
 The problem is that I can't get any other error from the init program. 
 I have no idea why it's exiting. It could be a missing library, segfault 
 or bad invocation, so I have no idea where to start.

 I was hoping somebody could either spot something obviously wrong in my 
 setup or propose a method for getting more information as to why init 
 would crash...

 Thanks,
 Chris


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