On Wednesday 25 March 2020 07:26:12 Nate Bargmann wrote:

> * On 2020 25 Mar 00:11 -0500, Alan Corey wrote:
> > Try your kernel config string.  On this Pi /boot/cmdline.txt has
> > root=PARTUUID=d9b3f436-02
> Except I'm not working with a Pi.  Yes, I've done the exact same thing
> in the past on a Pi.  Pi's are easy peasy.  This is a different animal
> that has p1/boot.scr that is a binary/ascii file that u-boot, which is
> written to the area of the first 1 MB of the mmc, reads as a bootup
> script.  The UUID is not hard coded into this file as far as I can
> see.
> The board I am working with is an Olimex A20-OLinuXino-LIME2.
> I just need to figure out why I'm still getting a kernel panic stating
> the rootfs is not found even though I've updated the UUID on the 4 GB
> card in every location I could find it and I set the label for p2 to
> "root" as it is on the 32 GB card.
> - Nate

Has it occured to you that "root" is often used to mean the root of the 
filesystem?  Aka "/".

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