Originally Posted by geekmaster
Oops... never mind. I misread that. I thought you were mounting the mmcblk0p3 drive that you just zeroed out. Now that I see it marked in RED, I can see that it is the main partition. Sorry.
Now, looking at it that way, I see a DIFFERENT potential problem. You should mount p1 at /mnt/mmc to test it. Does your mount point at /mnt/us/tmp exist as an EMTPY directory? It is easier just to mount it at /mnt/mmc. Try that...
And you could do an fsck on it before mounting too...
Yes, it's exist /mnt/us/tmp, i created it before all.
I've also tried fsck -text3 /dev/mmcblk0p1
but got error like ...bad magic number in superblock...
Now, I'm waiting a completely black screen
with no tree
. Is it OK ?