Re: Hard disk booting problems
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 10:37:32 -0800 (PST)
From: "Bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Add to Address
Subject: Re: Hard disk booting problems
To: "Frans Pop" <email@example.com>
thanks FJP, :)
This is my first time configuring lilo manually,
so...., I did read some lilo howto, but I didn't
notice the word of reinstalling, I just checked, now,
I know that I didn't reinstall lilo :( sorry
I'll do it. thanks
and, btw, what do you mean "You can have more that one
option to boot and select which one you want"? If you
mean to install both woody and sarge on my system, I
unfortunately have no enough space. What I want is
not only the newer kernel, but also the newer make,
libs, gcc and so on (to update them manually on woody
is pretty tired), so I have to cover woody.
--- Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thursday 24 March 2005 18:25, Bob wrote:
> > that's all I did. But after rebooting, it always
> > back to the original woody. It seems that what I
> > done makes no effects.
> Hmmm. If that's really _all_ you've done, maybe you
> forgot to run
> "lilo" (as root!) after updating lilo.conf? Any
> errors when you do that?
> Also, do you get a menu (or another way to select
> which option to boot)
> when lilo starts or does it just start woody? If it
> just boots, you may
> want to read the manpages on how to get a menu...
> Why did you disable your woody system? You can have
> more that one option
> to boot and select which one you want.
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