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Re: bad dir ino 4 at offset 80: mangled entry
In article <968716.78950.qm%web58303.mail.re3.yahoo.com@localhost>,
newbie <mailto635%yahoo.com@localhost> wrote:
>I am using Cygwin to build the kernel + ramdisk image to be loaded onto
>a ARM based target machine.
>I used nbmakefs to make a custom ramdisk image and then inserted this
>image into kernel image using arm--netbsdelf-mdsetimage.
>Then I used arm--netbsdelf-objcopy to change the image format from
>elf32-littlearm to binary. I loaded this image into the target machine's
>RAM using Lauterbach ICE. The kernel boots successfully upto the
>First bad, reclen=0x3b0, DIRSIZ=24, namlen=13, flags=0x5001,
>entryoffsetinblock=80, dirblksiz = 512
>/: bad dir ino 4 at offset 80: mangled entry
>panic: bad dir
>What could be the reason for this?
>Is it to do with the tools nbmakefs, arm--netbsdelf-mdsetimage?
Perhaps the problem is that we compile the toolchain without warnings
so some functions might not have visible prototypes and could cause
errors on non-integer return values.
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