Re: LILO boot problem
>I don't know if it would help you, but I got error 0x01...which was
>I forgot to enable the disk in my BIOS.
In fact my error is 0x01, as yours. In my BIOS I too haven't enabled the
IDE disk. This hasnt been a problem to Linux so far as it bypasses the
BIOS in many cases AFAIK.
Now, upon booting I see that /dev/hdb has the CHS figures 1010 / 16 /
51. Even when using those, the BIOS errors telling me it couldn't
recognise any IDE disk!
The disk is a Quantum LPS420A-2. I saw that hdb indicates that the disk
isn't on first position on the IDE cable, so I changed it to first, but
funnily the disk still shows up as hdb when booting. This is weird, or
am I just missing something?
I did this as I the BIOS wouldn't let me enter data for the second IDE
device if the first one was unused.
Hmm, this is really tricky. Help is appreciated as always.