Glad to be of help.
You know when you boot and you get the LILO prompt. You can add things like
'mem=128M' etc to your choice. e.g. If you were booting linux, and it had
the assignment 'lin', you would type 'lin mem=128M'. The append in the
lilo.conf just removes the need to keep typeing in the 'mem=128M' when you
If it's not clear enough there do a 'man lilo.conf' which explains it
better, or if you have SuSE read the manual as I think they explain it quite
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steffen [mailto:higels at tcd.ie]
> Sent: 03 February 2000 22:57
> To: 'ilug at linux.ie'
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] installing scsi... where to begin?
>>> Okay that worked a charm. Thanks a million.
>> out of interest, what does the line(append="aha....") that is
> added to lilo.conf do?
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