John McCormac spoke thusly:
>Ken Guest wrote:
>emergency root disk on Slackware 4.0 and probably most of the distros).
>After booting, and switching to the emergency floppy, mount the root,
>move the kernels. Then reboot again. This time, mount your / partition
>from the boot: parameter. Then you may be able to run lilo again.
he already said he can boot into another partiton on the hd. he auto-
matically mounts /usr, but the other partitions are still there if he looks
unless something really odd is going on.
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