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Hi. I installed slackware on my laptop. I partitioned the disk with fdisk and set swap as (82) before the setup, ran the setup, selected the root partiton and the ...
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- 09-02-2011 #1
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- Sep 2011
Missing lilo.conf and kernel panic
- 09-02-2011 #2
Well, it's been quite a while since I have used LILO as a boot-loader, but one thing I notice immediately is the fact that you state your root ('/') is /dev/sda2, but the bootloader is looking for the root partition at hd(0,0) which would be the first drive, first partition. So, the questions become:
- What do you have on the first partition of the drive? Does it have the kernel you are loading?
- If your first partition *is* your /boot partition, does it have a copy of the lilo.conf in there?
- If there is a lilo.conf in the boot partition, where is it pointing for the root partition? [From what you were saying above, it should be pointing at hd(0,1).]
HTH. Let us know.
- 10-03-2011 #3
image=/boot/vmlinuz-2.x.x label=linux root=/dev/sda2 read-only
- 10-23-2011 #4
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- Jun 2010
- Darien, IL
Try booting the cd, mounting sda2 to /mnt , set up your lilo.conf file (look at the boot cd's lilo.conf) and run:
chroot /mnt lilo -v
Lots of luck.