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Re: Configuring lilo to use kernel from /dev/hda6

On 15-03-2003, at 20h 42'46", asubedi wrote to debian-laptop about "Configuring lilo to use kernel from /dev/hda6"
> image=/vmlinuz
>         label=Debian
>         read-only
>         root=/dev/hda6
>         vga=773
>         append="hdc=ide-scsi"
> "/etc/lilo.conf" 25L, 348C
> # /bin/lilo  
> Added Red-Hat-Linux *  
> Fatal: open /vmlinuz: No such file or directory

Boot RH and mount the debian partition somewhere. Then copy the
kernel to /boot/vmlinuz-Debian. Then change this line in lilo.conf:
image=/boot/vmlinuz-Debian and rerun lilo from RH.

To add RH to Debian's lilo do the same. Copy the RH kernel to
Debian's partition in /boot/vmlinuz-RedHat, change the lilo.conf
and rerun lilo.

If your /boot is a separate partition is even better, since you need not
to have it twice.

Good luck,

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