Re: kernel 2.2.17 boot disk prob! (HELP!)
On Tue, Jul 04, 2000 at 03:00:02PM -0400, paul wrote:
> It may be that no-one who has read this has seen this particular problem
> > boot=/dev/fd0
> Try changing the line "boot=/dev/fd0" to "boot=/dev/hdb3" in your lilo.conf
Done that, but now I get the following (repeating all the time) at
bootup. I have to reboot using the original / standard boot disk.
> I believe this may work, as long as your /dev/hdb3 partition is not beyond
> your BIOS and/or LILO limitations.
Hmm, in the BIOS on my old hp machine here (p90), I cannot get my IDE
disk recognized. I have another (SCSI) disk which is recognized fine.
The thing though is that with the original boot disk which I made when
installing debian for the first time, I can boot fine with kernel
Thanks so far & Regards
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