Re: 80 MB ram in debian system
When you first see LILO appear on the screen, hit the left shift key.
You should get the boot: prompt.
Kirk Hilliard wrote:
> [Concerning passing boot parameter with a boot disk.]
> Ossama Othman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > If you are just starting out and don't want to mess around
> > with configuration files or just want to experiment, you can manually
> > enter "mem=80M" (don't type the quotes) or whatever amount of RAM you have
> > at the "boot:" line. You would have to do this each time you boot. That
> > would be equivalent to 'append="mem=80M"' in your lilo.conf file. LILO
> > really is the better way to go, as Alex pointed out.
> How do I get the the "boot:" prompt? I remember seeing it a while
> back, but now the first thing that I see is "Loading...".
> Kirk Hilliard
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