Re: resetting up
On Wed, 31 Jan 1996, Neil Turton wrote:
> Try /etc/modules (It's fairly self-explanatory.). Out of interest, did
> you reformat the partition? You shouldn't have had any trouble if you
> did, and it should (In my opinion.) have warned you if you didn't.
Thankyou and everyone who else who helped.
Well actually after I deleted out the extra lines in
/etc/init.d/boot, and halt. I still had a corrupted windows swap file.
Dos couldn't read from the partion. I decided that Windows did not really
deserve a permanent swap file. So I went back to debian and edited
the fstab file changing my windows swap partition in to a linux swap file.
Then I edited the the old linux swap into a second linux area.
As I rebooted I am sure I heard my computer laughing in my face.
Well then I had no swap file and lots of error messages. Coming to my
senses I reformated the partitions, reinstalled, and reprepared the swap
area. I do still have a small secondary 15mg linux partition that I am
not sure what to do with. Everything is else is fine.