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[How To] Use netconsole to troubleshoot Debian kernel booting

Posted by bodhi 
Re: [How To] Use netconsole to troubleshoot Debian kernel booting
March 20, 2021 04:26PM
t3ch42,

> netconsole as a executable. I would like to make
> sure I have uboot access through it using
> netconsole. Is there a compatible android app or
> plugin for the termux emulator for android that
> can be used?

Various terminal apps are available on IOS and Android such as ssh, telnet, sftp,.... But I don't know if anybody has written mobile app for netcat.

-bodhi
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Re: [How To] Use netconsole to troubleshoot Debian kernel booting
March 22, 2021 11:13PM
Thanks again. I found what I was looking for. Termux for Android has a package update system. Just was looking for the wrong program.
Unfortunately, I might have mucked up my uboot, because is no longer responding through netcat and no longer boots on the network. I can get a solid green led, but it acts like it is not on the network. Will look again at my log to see what I did and see if I can pull myself out.
Re: [How To] Use netconsole to troubleshoot Debian kernel booting
March 23, 2021 12:34AM
> Thanks again. I found what I was looking for.
> Termux for Android has a package update system.

Cool! and make sure that it is netcat traditional. For example, on Ubuntu the default netcat is different.


> Unfortunately, I might have mucked up my uboot,
> because is no longer responding through netcat and
> no longer boots on the network. I can get a solid
> green led, but it acts like it is not on the
> network.

The kernel has booted. First thing to do should be to run e2(fsck) to check for file sysrem error when you can use a laptop/desktop.

-bodhi
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