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Scourge wrote: PostPosted: Today at 6:41 pm Post subject: retired1af wrote: Post the output of fdisk -l and the contents of your lilo.conf file. Smile hdd1 /dev/hdd1 / /dev/hdd2 home ...
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- 04-26-2005 #11
PostPosted: Today at 6:41 pm Post subject:
Post the output of fdisk -l and the contents of your lilo.conf file. Smile
lilo.conf relevant parts:
boot = /dev/hdd1
standard row / col
label = Linux
root = /dev/hdd1
image = /boot/vmlinuz
-- simple lilo configuration, could do it myself but it was more stable to use that and mobify it myself afterwards
Most likely the error is somewhere in the lilo.conf file, so, if we could see the contents, we should be able to help you.How to know if you are a geek.
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- 04-26-2005 #12
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- Jan 2005
Ok, I got it solved.
The problem was in my /etc/lilo.conf
When I installed Slackware, I used simple method to configure lilo.
It makes it automatically, I was lazy.
Lilo thought that my first disk (what usually is) the disk where I wanted to boot from.
But in my case, it was the hdd1.
so boot = /dev/hda1 was what was wrong.
Fixed it to right disk and now it's working.
I thought I had allready checked that..
Anyway, thanks to everyone attempts to help me and so on.
To other newbie Linux users I want to say: CHECK TWICE YOUR CONFIG FILES
so you don't need to make yourself a clown. (Like I did)