Re: change LILO form command line to menu
hi ya bill
On Wed, 12 May 2004, Bill Kalebaugh wrote:
> I have used LILO for about 10 years on a number of different vendors
> linux systems and
> I have never ran in to this before.
if it did it before ... it should still work with the new kernel
- make sure you still have the lilo.conf file
- mannually run lilo ... what does it say
> When Woody boots up it is like a command line and you get no menu to
> pick different kernels from.
> This was fine until I compiled a new kernel, lilo it, but I have no way
> to pick it out to boot from.
> How do you convince lilo to use a menu while booting???
add the message line ( see below ) if you want more messages displayed
#set to / partition
# Default menu for Debian. (Using the images from debian-bootscreen)
# from Philipp Wolfer <email@example.com>.
# if you want to add messages
# message = /boot/boot_message.txt
#can not remember what this was for...
#150 msec or 15 seconds
# Specifies the VGA text mode at boot time. (normal, extended, ask,
#set vga 1024x768 for stupid intel graphics extreme card
vga = 791
#for scsi emulation on cd-burner