I'm running with iMX6 custom hardware, and have been trying to understand why my system isn't
coming up the way it should. I tracked this down to find that the line...
for i in /etc/init.d/S??* ;do
isn't substituting the 'S??*' with the files in /etc/init.d. Then I just tried
ls /bin/m* to see if it would list all files that start with 'm' in /bin. Even that
# ls /bin/m*
ls: /bin/m* : No such file or directory
I'm guessing there is some misconfiguration in busybox, but I haven't found anything.
-- EDIT on Jan 13 --
I managed to get this to work but have no clue why...
First, note that I am using buildroot to create my rootfs (kernel and uboot are mainline)...
In my buildroot configuration, I had "Target Architecture Variant" set to cortex-A9 (since I'm working with iMX6).
When I backed this setting off to A8, for some bizarre reason that fixed this issue.
What is it about A8/A9 that would cause regular expression wildcard processing in the shell not to work?
I sure would like to understand this one.
-- End EDIT --
Anyone ever have to deal with this ?
Message was edited by: Ed Sutter