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Re: LILO: Map segment is too big.

On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, John Marter wrote:

> 1. chroot is not one of the commands on the rescue disk.
> I haven't had to do a rescue for several years, but the other
> time I started by doing a chroot to my usual disk partition.
> Is it normal to do rescues without chroot?

Well, if your system is good enough too boot off I usually just tell 
linux that it's Root is /dev/hda1 (or whatever) and have it boot off the
harddisk with the good kernel from the floppy, tell it that init is
/bin/sh and you'll get a nice shell prompt on a ro system.

> 2. When I try to use any of the commands that are on the
> harddisk, I get 'file not found'.  For example if I type
> /mnt/bin/bash

Can't find the libraries, try export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib:/usr/lib 

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