lpia and lpiacompat flavours

Lynch, Rusty rusty.lynch at intel.com
Thu Oct 4 18:25:53 UTC 2007

Yesterday I created a fresh mccaslin-lpia target filesystem, uninstalled
the kernel, module, and restricted modules packages, and then installed
the lpiacompat versions of the packages.

What I saw was that the initial ramdisk was not adding either the
squashfs or the unionfs modules (that exist in the target filesystem),
resulting in the initramfs dropping to a shell.  Can anyone think of a
reason why the initramfs tools would overlook these modules?


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[mailto:ubuntu-mobile-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Matt
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 4:04 AM
To: ubuntu-mobile at lists.ubuntu.com
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Subject: Re: lpia and lpiacompat flavours

On Wed, Oct 03, 2007 at 10:53:18PM +0300, Amit Kucheria wrote:
> The LPIA (HW) architecture in the Ubuntu build system now has two
>    - lpia (menlow)
>    - lpiacompat(mccaslin).
> Please try out the kernel, LUM and LRM packages for both flavours from
> people.ubuntu.com/~amitk
> These are going into the (last major) kernel upload before a freeze
> tomorrow. Lets try to iron out any issues with this one. Please cc
> kernel-team at lists.ubuntu.com on problem reports to alleviate timezone
> issues.

Thanks very much for preparing these.  Using a recent daily build, I
installed my Q1 Ultra, then installed your lpiacompat kernel using a USB
key (this requires some manual fiddling with /boot).  The result is a
with functional networking, usplash and X.

 - mdz

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