Now I use the LTIB compiler UBIFS, a series of configuration, compiled by rootfs.ubifs.img, but finally burning written into the NANDFLASH ( using NANDFLASH is MT29F4G08AAA ), reported the following error:
VFS: Cannot open root device" ubi0: rootfs0" or unknown-block ( 0, 0)
Please append a correct" root =" boot option; here are the available partitions:
I was through the SD card login system, use the command flasheraseall / dev / MTD1 and nandwrite / dev / MTD1 rootfs.ubifs.img. Is my LTIB configuration information wrong? I am in the kernel configuration are hooked on the UBI file system support, in the Target Image Generation - > Options:
Choose your root filesystem image type
Target image: ( UBIFS ) - - - >
[ ] Run a command after building the target image
( 128KiB ) UBIFS physical erase block ( PEB ) size
( 126976 ) UBIFS logical erase block ( LEB ) size in Bytes
( 2048 ) UBIFS maximum logical erase block ( LEB ) count
( 2048) UBIFS minimum I / O unit size
UBIFS compression type ( not support favor LZO ) ( UBIFS LZO compression ) -- >
Who can help me？
Did you solve the problem?.. I have the same as you and I can't find how to fix it.
I'd recommend generating your ubifs image manually outside of LTIB. See below link for some tips. Is for an MX53, but concepts are the same for other devices.
No one can help me?