Re: Kernel compile - kernel panaic at boot
On Sat, 29 Mar 2003 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I don't believe 1024 cylinders means anything. That was a limitations of
> older BIOSes and older versions of lilo.
if i remember correctly.. his / is on /dev/hda6 ... which could
be over the 1024 boundry... we donno what hw (mb/bios) he has ...
and its not booting ... so just guessing
and yes ... 1024 doesn't mean anything anymore ...but people still create
a partition for /boot... whats the point ??
/boot partition was to make sure the kernel resided below
the silly 1024 cylinders