[uClinux-dev] set the NFSMOUNT environment variable

Michael Leslie mleslie at arcturusnetworks.com
Fri Oct 7 15:19:03 EDT 2005



Hi Stephane,

I'm afraid that is a limitation of the bootloader's command line parser.
For the moment, you will need to use the minix shell, for example, under
uClinux, to:

        setbenv NFSMOUNT="192.168.0.50:/mnt/portable /usr"


Regards,

Michael Leslie,
Arcturus Networks Inc.





On Thu, 6 Oct 2005, Stephane wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I have some trouble to set the NFSMOUNT  environment variable
> 
> I have this setting:
> 
> uCbootloader 1.7.6 
> uCdimm-VZ Rev 3.1 +4 MB X (c) Copyright 2001-2003 Arcturus Networks Inc.
> 
> and I tryed this:
> 
> B$ setenv NFSMOUNT 192.168.0.50:/mnt/portable /usr 
> B$ printenv NFSMOUNT    
> NFSMOUNT=192.168.0.50:/mnt/portable
> 
> or
> 
> B$ setenv NFSMOUNT "192.168.0.50:/mnt/portable /usr"
> B$ printenv NFSMOUNT                   
> NFSMOUNT="192.168.0.50:/mnt/portable  
> 
> it's the space on the [value] that create the bug.
> 
> Regards
> 
>     Stephane Germain
> 
> 
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