[OpenWrt-Devel] x86-64: /proc is not being mounted
blogic at openwrt.org
Fri Sep 11 01:54:52 EDT 2015
On 11/09/2015 01:53, Carlos Ferreira wrote:
> I have a custom build for x86_64 where CONFIG_PROC_FS is active (y) at
> the kernel configuration. /etc/fstabs has nothing and is pointing into
> an empty /tmp directory.
> Is there any reason that might prevent the /proc from being mounted?
> After booting for the first time, /proc is not mounted and because of
> that, I'm unable to use 'top' or 'ps' to list the active processes.
> I have been banging my head into the wall for the last day, unable to
> understand what is going on.
procfs is enabled by default. i am not sure why you had to enable it by
hand. does the default configuration work for you ? what other changes
did you make to your tree ?
> Has anyone had the same issue before?
> Carlos Miguel Ferreira
> Researcher at Telecommunications Institute
> Aveiro - Portugal
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