SS5 install progressing, but have a question...
Okay, I've managed
to get my SS5 to boot and start installing the system. However, when I
went to boot the live system after the base is installed, I've hit my next
snag. I had to set up the ever popular /boot partition due to the 1gig
bug, and Debian didn't correctly configure the system to boot with this.
So, since it was still looking for silo.conf in /etc, I'm stuck at a boot
prompt. I know I can specify the name of the kernel image and the root
partition, but I don't know what the name of the kernel image is. So,
please help me with this information! Either that or was there a step I
missed in the install that would have allowed me to set it up correctly?
I'm connecting through a serial console, and I don't think the alt-f keys work,
but I'm not sure. I don't mind starting over again at this point, but
would like to rescue this system if I can! Thanks for the
Bob SchaeferProQuest Automotive
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