Re: Making Debian bootable from hard disk
Luis Francisco Gonzalez writes:
> What's the lilo.conf? Which is the root partition?
> The way I see it, you should have something like:
My lilo.conf file looks like:
And it doesn't work...
Before I tried to use /dev/hda1 as a swap disk, I tried precisely this
setup, whith the boot partition on /dev/hda1 and root on /dev/hdc1.
This worked flawlessly, so I thought it safe to use the disk as a swap
disk (for it's small size), but it had too many errors on it, so I
assumed it wasn't stable enough to use for swap.
The error message I am getting from liloconfig:
Warning: BIOS drive 0x82 may not be accessible
I assume means that even though I have changed the partition type
back to 0x83 (Linux ext2) there is somewhere on the disk some
leftovers that mark it type 0x82 (Linux swap) and thus make it
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