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Charles Trois <charles.trois@...> wrote:
> Joseph Jezak a écrit :
> >You're probably using an Apple partitioning scheme. In order to read
> >from Apple partitions, you'll need to have support for that in your
> >kernel. Turn on: CONFIG_PARTITION_ADVANCED and CONFIG_MAC_PARTITION.
> >In the future, to make kernel configuration more simple, you should
> >do a "make defconfig" before configuration. This ensures that you
> >have sane defaults set.
> Thank you. I changed the options as you suggest. The boot process goes
> now a little bit further, but it stops on an error of a new type:
> Mounting /dev for udev
> The "mount" command failed with error:
> wrong fstype, bad option, bad superblock on udev, or too many mounted file systems
Please check if you compiled support for tmpfs in your kernel. The
option is CONFIG_TMPFS. Do NOT make this a module.
This is kinda wild guess, but it sounds like you're missing
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