I've mostly been wrestling with ram-minimyth-0.21.0-71, and tried 0.22.0 - both have the same problem
Not enough memory to load specified image.
The client machine, the machine to actually run minimyth, has 448MB of RAM. It runs MythTV too.
On the server side I've tried to mount rootfs to look inside. It runs Slackware 12.2. I installed kernel 22.214.171.124 and enabled squashfs 4.0, modprobed it, but rootfs refuses to mount. I've also tried to mount *.sfs files. No good either.
# file kernel
kernel: Linux kernel x86 boot executable RO-rootFS, root_dev 0x901, swap_dev 0x1, Video mode 786
# file rootfs
rootfs: Squashfs filesystem, little endian, version 4.0, 18562238207 bytes, 7735 inodes, blocksize: 4 bytes, created: Fri Dec 5 18:25:52 2014
18562238207 bytes????!!!!! Is rootfs or "file" screwed up?
When I try to mount rootfs,
mount -t squashfs -o loop rootfs /mnt/iso
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop0,
missing codepage or helper program, or other error
In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
dmesg | tail or so
No errors in syslog or messages or debug.
WHAT am I missing???
It is likely that you cannot mount it because MiniMyth uses squashfs 4.0 patched with LZMA support, which I doubt has made it into any distribution.
Could you post the contents of your pxelinux.cfg file?
I found out about the need for lzma from http://www.squashfs-lzma.org. I believe lzma is now available in 2.6.30.
I'm using pxeconfig.cfg/default, unmodified from pxe-minimyth-0.21.0-71.tar.bz2
APPEND ro root=/dev/ram0 ramdisk_size=96000 initrd=minimyth-0.22.0-71/rootfs
APPEND ro root=/dev/nfs ip=dhcp nfsroot=192.168.0.1:/home/public/minimyth/minimyth-0.22.0-71
I'm using PXE - not NFS.