RE: Problem with SILO on Ultra 10/IDE
Just curiosity questions: does SILO have the same problem that LILO does on
older Intel machines with large hard drives? I know Sparc and Intel are
completely different but since the U10 is IDE wouldn't you get the same
issues if booting from a bigger than 512meg single root partition? Or am I
completely off-base here?
Does the minimal install of Mandrake make a smaller root partition?
Like I said - just curious.
From: Olivier Bornet [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Olivier Bornet
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 8:32 AM
To: Ben Collins
Subject: Re: Problem with SILO on Ultra 10/IDE
> Looks like silo wasn't installed correctly. Try booting into the
> installer again, drop to a shell, mounting your rootfs. Doing "chroot
> /mnt/ /bin/bash" (where /mnt is the dir you mounted your rootfs on), and
> then run "silo -f". Don't forget to logout of the chroot and unmount it.
> The reboot and see how that does.
I have try this without success alltime only SI at the prompt.
The only "strange" thing I have see is the line :
in /etc/silo.conf. I have also try to modify this line to
but no change...
An minimal re-install of Mandrake is OK with SILO.
Thanks for your help.
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