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Opened 7 years ago

Closed 6 years ago

#9854 closed defect (invalid)

extroot not works on Netgear WNDR3700v1

Reported by: atbteam3@… Owned by: developers
Priority: normal Milestone: Backfire 10.03.1
Component: packages Version: Backfire 10.03.1 RC5
Keywords: Cc:

Description

Hi,

I tried to install the extroot package in the same way, that is described in the documentation here http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/extroot, but without any luck. I have tried with overlay and non-overlay method too, but it was always mounted to the target directory and never became the root filesystem.

I have tried these fstab settings:

config 'mount'
        option 'device' '/dev/sda1'
        option 'fstype' 'ext3'
        option 'options' 'rw,sync'
        option 'enabled' '1'
        option 'enabled_fsck' '0'
        option 'target' '/'
config 'mount'
        option 'device' '/dev/sda1'
        option 'fstype' 'ext3'
        option 'options' 'rw,sync'
        option 'enabled' '1'
        option 'enabled_fsck' '0'
        option 'target' '/'
        option 'is_rootfs' '1'
config 'mount'
        option 'device' '/dev/sda1'
        option 'fstype' 'ext3'
        option 'options' 'rw,sync'
        option 'enabled' '1'
        option 'enabled_fsck' '0'
        option 'target' '/overlay'
        option 'is_rootfs' '1'
config 'mount'
        option 'device' '/dev/sda1'
        option 'fstype' 'ext3'
        option 'options' 'rw,sync'
        option 'enabled' '1'
        option 'enabled_fsck' '0'
        option 'target' '/overlay'

If you need more information, just contact me.

Please update the wiki or the build (which causes the problem).

Thank You!

Kind regards,

Norbert

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comment:1 Changed 6 years ago by Andrzej <mleczan2@…>

because your config is wrong, try this:

config 'mount'

option 'device' '/dev/sda1'
option 'fstype' 'ext3'
option 'options' 'rw,sync'
option 'enabled' '1'
option 'enabled_fsck' '1'
option 'target' '/mnt'
option 'is_rootfs' '1'

You can't set target neither to /overlay or /. This kind of mounting is only supported in trunk. What you can read from link which was provided by you:

"Make sure the target it is NOT manually set to /overlay. /overlay is automatically used on a successful is_rootfs-mount, but if for some reason this file system could not be made the rootfs it will be mounted on the target listed here. Using /overlay will result in an double /overlay mount and screw thing up. "

comment:2 Changed 6 years ago by nico

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