[debian-yeeloong-project] root filesystem and fsck fail during initial boot
michael.dorrington at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 18:44:08 UTC 2011
On 23/11/11 15:43, Advrk Aplmrkt wrote:
> I've followed the wiki instructions
> (http://wiki.debian.org/DebianYeeloong/HowTo/Install#Squeeze_X) to
> install Wheezy on my new Lemote Yeeloong last night by downloading and
> using the latest files at:
> The installation went well, but during initial boot I get the
> following error during "Checking root file system...fsck from
> util-linux 2.19.1":
> /dev/sda5: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY.
> fsck died with exit status 4
> It then gave me the option to run fsck manually in the maintainence
> shell, but after running fsck I still get the same error upon
> I tried reinstalling the whole system, both times using guided
> partitioning, but same problem.
> The only thing I did not explicitly specified in the HowTo is choosing
> the 3.1.0-1-loongson-2f kernel, but is this the problem?
> Please help, I am eager to get this to work.
Wheezy isn't released as stable yet and those daily install images may
well not work on any particular day.
You might like to try one or more of the following:
* Try again will the current available build as it might have been
* Submit a bug report on the failing wheezy loongson-2f install.
* Try to install squeeze instead.
- If you want you can then upgrade to wheezy from the squeeze install.
* On the wheezy system when in the GRUB bootloader (or PMON?) add:
to the kernel args line which will make Debian skip an fsck on boot.
Not sure what whether this will result in booting into a working
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