On Thu, Nov 18, 1999 at 05:29:05PM +0000, Lars Hecking mentioned:
> > Heh. Sorry to reply to my own question, but I found there is a "/NET"
> > switch. Silly me thought I was using unix, not dos, and was trying "-net"
> > and "--net"..
> What I'd find much more interesting is how to install it transparently
> on a heterogenous network. It's so huge, there must be tons of
> architecture-independent, shareable files.
Hmm...you would be surprised. Even a lot of the data is in .so files on
Anyway, that's a nast tricky thing to try. Speaking of nasty tricky
things, LILO is acting up. Freshly installed machine. No problems.
Installed LILO into the MBR. On bootup, it just says "LI". Booted off a
toms root/boot disk, "zImage noinitrd root=/dev/hda1 single", and all
seemed OK. Recompiled a kernel to prove it, changed a few things in
/etc/lilo.conf, reran lilo, and rebooted. Still no joy. Tryed all four
settings for the hard disk in the BIOS too (LARGE/LBA/NORMAL/AUTO).
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