I guess, what you want to do is to install a little endian system from a
nfs-server, as you probably did with the bigendian system. If this is the
case then you shouldn't issue the 'go . root=/dev/sda1' command, as you
haven't installed the root filesystem yet.
Instead you should use this command: 'go . nfsroot=<ipaddr-of-nfsserver>
Nicu Popovici wrote:
> Hello ,
> I have the follwing problem. I setup a HardHat distribution on a mips
> machine ( an ATLAS board) and everithing runs fine in big-endian mode.
> Now I want to run the board inlittle endian mode so I took the
> linux/mipsel distribution , I did the same steps as with big-endian
> distribution. I run load tftp:/linux/mipsel/vmlinux-el.srec and it works
> fine . Then I issue the command go . root=/dev/sda1 ( I do not install
> the HardHat again ???? maybe here it is the problem ) I get the
> following error.
> VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem) readonly.
> Freeing prom memory: 1020k freed
> Freeing unused kernel memory: 68k freed
> Kernel panic: No init found. Try passing init= option to kernel.
> So please tell me where did I go wrong ?