Fatal Error Cannot Open Second Stage Loader /boot/second.b
So during that step, press ctrl+alt+F2 to drop to a busybox terminal, then enter ls -l /dev/mapper Pick out the name of your array from the list shown, then press ctrl+alt+F1 Hendrik 816723 When I create my first partition (for the filesystem), I can't set that partition to be bootable. Running 'silo -r /boot' gives me the following > error: > > Fatal error: cannot open second stage loader /boot/second.b > > I have the following partitions: > > sda1 /boot Running 'silo -r /boot' gives me the followingFatal error: cannot open second stage loader /boot/second.bsda1 /boot 10MBsda2 / 2GBsda3 Whole Disksda4 swap 512Msda5 /var 4GBsda6 /home 10Gln -s . /boot/etcln -s http://outwardsound.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-cannot-open-kernel32-lib.html
After I replace the bigger resistor with 6.8k and replace the resistors vice versa I forced the ESp to response! Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. I tried a lot of times, but no luck. Perhaps I can fix this by installing GRUB on the other drive, despite the fact that that partition isn't set as a /boot mount point? –Kris Harper May 18 '11 at
Thus, SILO > cannot read its own config file due to the buggy boot PROM problem. > > Solution: > > First, edit /etc/silo.conf and make the following changes: > > I went ahead and installed it anyway, but I still got the same error when it came to install GRUB. –Kris Harper May 16 '11 at 0:32 Hmm i THIS IS IMPORTANT! What's the exact configuration you used to set up your raid. –K.
Traceback (most recent call last): File "./esptool.py", line 408, in
How are you connecting the ESP-12-E now if you don't have a USB/TTL converter on hand? Good luck! You need the actual name of the RAID array to install to. Thank you.
I'm too tired to rebuild the kernel now so, if Murphy forgets to annoy me tomorrow, I *hope* to be able to release something in the next 24 hours. silo.conf should have "partition=1".* each "image" directive needs to be changed so that it lists thekernels _as they appear in /boot_; the symlinks in / _are not visibleto silo_. block size */ int part_block; /* block # of partition map entry */ int secsize; /* disk sector size */ int first_bootable; /* part map entry # of 1st bootable part Can anybody fixed this issue ?
Jeshwanth commented Feb 15, 2015 @themadinventor yes found solution.. This seems to work. I had a different module, and esp-01 also from electrodragon, with the same build of the Ai Thinker firmware - it gives the exact same output at 74800 and then at Patton, Jr.
Solution to Chef and Squares challenge, timing out in Java but not in C++ Why did Borden do that to his wife in The Prestige? check over here Thus, SILO > cannot read its own config file due to the buggy boot PROM problem. > > Solution: > > First, edit /etc/silo.conf and make the following changes: > > THIS IS IMPORTANT! silo.conf should have "partition=1". > > * each "image" directive needs to be changed so that it lists the > kernels _as they appear in /boot_; the symlinks in / _are
esp's rx goes to arduino's rx (with a voltage divider of course) and tx to tx (no divider). My machine is Sun Netra i20 (MicroSparc II),is it supported by debian?Thank you.Post by Nathan E NormanHi All,Sorry if this is OT, but I seems to be the only one on I followed every step you told mebut it didn't work. http://outwardsound.com/fatal-error/fatal-error-cannot-open-file-libc-lib.html You wouldn't mind sending a PR?
There's no problem commenting on closed issues, however I think #82 is the correct issue in this case. THIS IS IMPORTANT! Forgot to update here...
Solution: First, edit /etc/silo.conf and make the following changes: * the "partition" directive should specify the partition /boot is on.
I followed every step you told mebut it didn't work. I have a different power source for esp's 3.3V and was using only TX/RX for flashing. I mean just unplug it from the power and plug it again. — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub. The problem is at the end of the installation, it tries to install GRUB.
Set up your other RAID partitions (e.g. [Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index] Re: error on boot up To: [email protected] Subject: Re: error on boot up From: lito lampitoc
share|improve this answer edited Mar 29 at 0:55 sjas 1237 answered Sep 17 '12 at 19:03 Jeff Atwood♦ 5461821 4 What if ls -l /dev/mapper shows nothing but "control" as pihomeserver commented Jan 27, 2015 That is *really* usefull. I will be waiting for the solution. Traceback (most recent call last): File "./esptool.py", line 505, in
Thanks for any help. as indeed the installation process will, on your behalf, when given the choice after all your selected packages have been installed; or at any time later if corrupted with grub-install /dev/sda I've been following this guide https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID which more or less works for getting everything set up and Ubuntu installed. This will be helpful when one HDD fails there's still a working grub.
sudo ./esptool.py -p /dev/ttyUSB0 write_flash 0x000000 ../lua/0x00000.bin Connecting... I'll summarize it below. What movie is this? In case it helps, i will tell a little about my setup: I have arduino with the processor removed so I use it for its serial pins.