Re: SS5 install progressing, but have a question...
On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 08:32:35AM -0500, Schaefer, Robert (PS) wrote:
> 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
mv /etc/silo.conf /boot
ln -s /boot/silo.conf /etc/ #probably don't need to do this
vim /boot/silo.conf # make sure it is pointed at the /boot partition...
silo -C /boot/silo.conf
worked for me...
it's probably a good idea to
cd /boot ; ln -s /boot .
> 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?
the installer should do the above for you.. should probably file a bug
ls should work if it has the right partition, othwerwise you have to
specify the drive...
> 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 help!
boot the installer again and mount+chroot into your current
installation. no reason to start over.