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Re: bad dir ino 4 at offset 80: mangled entry

Hi Ken,

Thanks for your reply. 

I will try to debug the problem.  

Are there any pre-built ramdisk images for ARM (size less than/= 5MB) built 
over other hosts (netbsd/linux) so that I test it on my target machine.  This 
will also confirm the problem is with the cross-compiled tools under Cygwin 
(esp. nbmakefs).


--- On Fri, 3/13/09, Ken Hornstein <kenh%cmf.nrl.navy.mil@localhost> wrote:

From: Ken Hornstein <kenh%cmf.nrl.navy.mil@localhost>
Subject: Re: bad dir ino 4 at offset 80: mangled entry
To: "newbie" <mailto635%yahoo.com@localhost>
Cc: port-arm%netbsd.org@localhost, tech-toolchain%netbsd.org@localhost, 
Date: Friday, March 13, 2009, 11:49 AM

>I am using Cygwin to build the kernel + ramdisk image to be loaded onto a
>ARM based target machine. 

You're not the first person to report this.  It is clearly some issue with
the NetBSD tools that are cross-compiled under Cygwin (my guess is
that the problem lies in nbmakefs).  From what I have seen, the kernel
is fine, it's just the ramdisk filesystem image is corrupt.

However, since no one has stepped up and debugged the problem, it has not
been fixed.  I don't think many of the NetBSD hard-core developers
cross-compile under Cygwin.  If you want to solve the problem, the best
way is to roll up your sleeves and track it down.


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