Re: nat ipchains on debian woody
I has installed a lilo on my master record so i ran my debian woody with
Then i do a apt-get install kernel-image-2.18.14-686, and this installations
works fine. Then it puts me a entry on the lilo in order to load the new
kernel (the old kernel is a 2.2 original woody, it has a 686 ) but the
problem for me now is that when i reboot the kernel can´t load. It give me a
kernel panic message , unable to load the boot.1006. It seems like this new
kernel dont works on my hard plataform, but it happens the same with the
This could be true?
How can i Knew what is the soft or version of kernel-image i must use in my
In other way (because i has had too much problem with the new kernel
install) i answer:
Could be posible to has a kernel 2.2 of woody and a nat configuration
Could i do it with ipchanis?
What could be this procedure to setup this configuration?
Thanks in advance.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kris Deugau" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, July 02, 2004 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: nat ipchains on debian woody
Francisco Castillo wrote:
> But my problem now is another different. When I installed my woody i
> put a floppy disk bootting system in order to load my debian woody
> kernel (this is a large history because i have 2 hard disk on this
> machine and I cant start debian in a classic lilo)
Why not? Does LILO just exit with an error trying to install itself?
Does GRUB work (assuming you can find it and get it installed...)?
I've yet to meet a system that wouldn't boot off the hard drive
eventually, although one or two have had trouble booting certain kernels
> , so my bootting
> disk gone to run my old kernel (2.2) and i dont now how i can create
> a new floppy disk in order to load the new kernel
You need to run mkboot. man mkboot for more details.
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