I'm using the same config that worked with the 2.6.19 and 2.6.20 Kernels (console=/dev/ttyS1,115200n8).
I also tried ttyS0 - ttyS4 no luck.
Is there a chance the naming has changed in the newer kernel?
If so, how could i find out the new name?
Is there a way to tell the kernel to use all available consoles for output?
As far as i can see i really have no way to tell if the kernel is running because the serial-console (so far) is my only means of communication with the box. (The network-drivers also need to be ported).
Any other suggestions?
I now put in some lines in my setup.c which (should) switch on all available LEDs, this works for 2.6.19 however in 18.104.22.168 the LEDs don't turn on.
I kind of have the feeling my setup code isn't called at all...
How can i make sure it is being called? Which files need to be changed so the code can be hooked into the kernel?
Last edited by Chaosmaster; 03-24-2011 at 05:20 AM.