Re: Modem Configuration Again!
> I sounds like it's trying to mount hda1 as the Linux device, but
> Linux is on hdb1 with a swap partition on hdb2. What do I do now? I
> can't even get the old boot disk to work (more diskette karma). Is
> it time to declare this horse dead and shoot it?
>Sounds like you need to run rdev on the kernel. For example, with the
>floppy in fd0, you could say:
>rdev /dev/fd0 /dev/hdb1
>rdev -s /dev/fd0 /dev/hdb2
>You could also do this on your vmlinuz file -- that would fix the
Works great! I ran rdev on both the floppy and the system copy in / and
booted right up from the floppy. I was even able to get loadlin installed on
my DOS partition and have booted from DOS! This is great! Now I don't have
to keep making boot disks every time one dies. (I have much better karma
with hard disks)
So, now I'm running 1.2.13. I'll check tomorrow to see if the system will
stay up over night.
>From the subject line of this message it looks like I have wandered far
Back to the original problem. My /etc/init.d/boot script does not have the
run-parts line in it. I do have the 0setserial script in /etc/rc.boot.
Where should the run-parts line go?
Do you need to see a copy of what I have in /etc/init.d/boot?
Can I just stick the setserial line in place of run-parts?
Thanks for all your help! You have been a wonderful resource, and I really