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Old 09-23-2005, 05:32 AM   #1
mehro
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iso image


i use an iso image which has kernel 2.4.22 and i recompile it with kernel 2.4.25 and add a support for v4l devices but when i make its iamge it gives and a fatal error and donot make image,it give an error of :
cp:writing '/mnt/loop1/vmlinuz':No space left on device
cp:writing '/mnt/loop1/boot/boot.b':No space left on device
Ram disk size will be 38892 kb
Fatal: read /dev/loop1: Success
do i need to change ram disk size if so then how come?
 
Old 09-23-2005, 08:34 AM   #2
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hmmmm, I may be wrong with my english, if you want a cdr to have as a boot cdrom my signature may help.

However, you may be trying to make a new kernel and confused the make bzImage command? if so read the kernel notes please.

ignore me if you are trying to make a loopback system as I have misunderstood completely
 
  


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