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Old 06-29-2012, 06:27 AM   #7
lunohod
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Originally Posted by Kino View Post
lunohod, thanks for the reply.

Unfortunately, the "about" page gives no indication of how much ram is available.

The start-up script boot-oi.sh is:
Code:
#!/bin/sh
DIR=/mnt/mmc/openinkpot
mount /mnt/mmc -o remount,rw
for i in $DIR/reloaded*.ko; do insmod $i kernel=$DIR/vmlinuz-2.6.37-eb600 initrd=$DIR/initrd.gz >> $DIR/boot.log.txt 2>&1; done
dmesg > $DIR/dmesg.txt
so I'm unsure as to how to implement your suggestion.
Just add cmdline="mem=32M root=/dev/ram" after "...initrd=$DIR/initrd.gz":

Code:
for i in $DIR/reloaded*.ko; do insmod $i kernel=$DIR/vmlinuz-2.6.37-eb600 initrd=$DIR/initrd.gz cmdline="mem=32M root=/dev/ram" >> $DIR/boot.log.txt 2>&1; done
Btw, is there a boot.log.txt in the openinkpot directory after trying to boot OI?
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