[nSLUG] Boot problem
dteed at artistic.ca
Wed Jan 28 17:09:12 AST 2004
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Mike Spencer wrote:
> What does that do? Where do I look? Not mentioned in lilo docs,
> can't find it grepping through the kernel source. That was suggested
> in a lilo error message but I couldn't find explanation or syntax.
Just list lba32 on a line by itself somewhere near
the top of your lilo.conf . I read some time ago that
sometimes it was necessary to state that, but perhaps
with newer lilo you don't need that. I guess that
is another variation - what version of lilo you are running
on the boot disk? lilo -V reports it.
Knoppix is good too. I just found that there were a couple
more working disk related tools like parted and resize2fs
on the Gentoo one.
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