Re: Lilo-problem: linux on the 'second' hd
You may have to add the table=/dev/hda as shown below.
Also be sure that the Win98 partition is set active. You can check/set
this with either Linux or Win98 fdisk. It should already be active
boot=/dev/hda (install Lilo in MBR)
image=/vmlinuz (assumes this is where your kernel is)
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2000, virtanen wrote:
> > I did it according to Your advice. It worked fine.
> > So I can recommend this lilo.conf file to the others who have got
> > dos on the 'first' (=C in dos) hardisk
> > and
> > linux on the 'second' harddisk.
> Command back:
> Still there are some problems:
> Windows is not starting. But Linux is.
> When I did 'lilo -u' windows starts working...
> Where is the problem?
> Should it be
> instead of
> > > Here's a start: (I added a couple of minor things)
> > >
> > > boot=/dev/hda (install Lilo in MBR)
> > > compact
> > > install=/boot/boot.b
> > > map=/boot/map
> > > prompt
> > > timeout=100
> > > vga=normal
> > > image=/vmlinuz (assumes this is where your kernel is)
> > > root=/dev/your_root_partition
> > > label=Linux
> > > read-only
> > > other=/dev/hda1
> > > label=win98
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