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Re: mondo backup: is there someone successful ?

I use it all the time on debian woody.  Make sure your lilo.conf doesn't have any bad entries poining to a old kernel that isn't there anymore etc.  I had problems with a bad lilo.conf file.  I'm trying to rememberexactly what it was.

Benedict Verheyen <linux4bene@pandora.be> wrote:
Op wo 06-08-2003, om 20:52 schreef Bill Moseley:
> On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 08:30:11PM +0200, Benedict Verheyen wrote:
> > I does look like a good product but it doesn't seem to like debian.
> I also didn't have much luck, but only could spend about three hours at
> it.
> There's this:
> http://www.microwerks.net/~hugo/docs/docs.html#debian
> I don't understand the initrd issue. Is that about not having initrd in
> the kernel? When I tried I had compiled my own kernel with initrd
> support.
> Then the lilo issue. Is that Debian or upstream lilo that no longer
> needs a boot.b. As far as I know it's not "missing" but it's just not
> needed anymore.

I also included all required kernel stuff plus i use grub. Didn't work
anyway so i used an other backup program

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