Sorry to ask again, but silo just doesn't want to play nice.
Here is my /etc/silo.conf file:
After I make changes to the file, I do a /sbin/silo and a /sbin/silocheck. I
don't get any errors. But, when I reboot, I always get the first kernel
(/vmlinuz) loaded. That makes sense. My problem is that I want to boot using
the newly built kernel in /usr/src/linux/vmlinux and I can't get to it.
When I see the SILO: prompt, I hit the shift key and/or the tab key and nothing
happens. I was expecting to see a list of boot kernels similar to lilo.
Also, if I put a prompt line in my silo.conf file, it won't boot anymore.
I can also replace the prompt line with a delay=40 line and that also prevents it
Please help. All, I want to do is have a quick and dirty way to test newly built