Today, I doing 'Pacman -Syu'.
But unfortunely, it hangs on 'Loading UDev uevents'.
Is there anybody whose colinux still workable after 'pacman -Syu'?
Is there any boot parameter which I could do?
I don't understand your problem, dlin. AFAIK, colinux is Cooperative Linux, "the first working free and open source method for optimally running Linux on Microsoft Windows natively." I don't see the connection with pacman, so please explain a bit more.
co-linux provides a kernel, that presumably you can use with arch and boot arch from within a windows system
please make sure you have the absolute latest 2.6 kernel available from them as older ones afaik dont work with the latest udevs.
Ahh - thanks iph.
At previous boot, I use newest kernel26-188.8.131.52-1.pkg.tar.gz.
And stopped on
:: Starting UDev Daemon [FAIL] :: Activating Swap [FAIL]
So, I think maybe I require downgrade my kernel.
I found the newest snapshop of colinux using 2.6.12 kernel.
So, try to use arch-0.7.iso's kernel26-2.6.10-3.pkg.tar.gz.
It seems work more lines.
:: Starting UDev Daemon [FAIL] :: Activating Swap [FAIL] :: Mounting Root Read-only [DONE] :: Checking Filesystems [DONE] :: Mounting Local Filesystems [DONE] :: Configuring System Clock [BUSY] hwclock is unable to get I/O port access: the iopl(3) call failed. [DONE] :: Removing Leftover Files [DONE] :: Setting Hostname: myhost [DONE] :: Updating Module Dependencies [DONE] :: Loading Keyboard Map: us [DONE] :: Loading Modules [DONE]
but hang after "Loading Modules" line.
I've successful use it ( with 0.7 base and current update). What pkgs should I downgrade?
iirc the colinux kernel needs to be installed inside arch too.
After refer the http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php? … ht=colinux I solved it.
What I do is:
1. modify /etc/rc.sysinit
2. cp -rdp /old_bootable/dev/* /new/dev