Greetings x86_64 users.
I'm trying to boot to my x86_64 debian install on /dev/hde11.... I am
wanting a simple way to boot from the mini.iso (netboot.img??) or the
"debian from scratch" iso or some such image.
With the old 32 bit debian rescue floppy, I used to be able to use:
rescue root=/dev/hdxx .....
I've tried grub every which way I can think of, but despite what
*everybuddy* says about grub, I find it very fussy and annoying to use,
.... but I'm unwilling to go back to lilo at this time, other than lilo
on a floppy or whatever.
I've tried chroot from suse x86_64 9.1, but I've got some
Nvidia/XFree86 weirdness preventing console access....<CTRL-ALT-F!, etc>
Can someone post some steps with one of these boot.cd's or, some other
image, to enable me to boot to /dev/hde11?
- Re: rescue boot.
- From: Goswin von Brederlow <email@example.com>