RE: MBR Problem
If your drive has more than 1024 cylinders, that can cause a problem as
well. If it is, you might try repartitioning it into two partitions, then
install potato on the first partition. Making sure of course that the first
partition ends at cylinder 1023. Also, if you have SCSI drives, sometimes
you need to specify linear mode, which you can read about in the SCSI-Howto
(since I can't remember where the command goes (-; ).
At 04:12 PM 5/13/2001 +0000, you wrote:
and then reinstalled potato, installing lilo on /dev/hda1, not the MBR.
I still get that shit when I boot.
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