OK, I figured out that if I added:
That got around the LILO problem, but now it also hangs in the same place
I am looking at recompiling, but have a couple of questions. I normally
recompile immediately anyway, but I notice here that Redhat did install
the SMP kernel, but also that it created two modules directories, one for
SMP one without.
How do I ensure that when I recompile that I get the right modules in the
Hope that doesn't sound too dumb, but I normally just let it put the
modules wherever it wants.
From: DAVID HAMILTON /HP-Ireland,om5
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 10:37 AM
Subject: FW: [ILUG] I hate LILO
Right, I have now installed RedHat 6.1 on this machine, but the only way I
can successfully boot it so far is from a boot disk. I have looked at the
lilo.conf, and it appears just fine, but when it starts to boot it just
L 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 ........
and so on.
I even tried adding the linear option, same result.
I then tried chos which I ripped off my Suse 6.2 CDs, and that started
working, but then locked up after recognising the secondary ide
controller. (The primary isn't being used)
The machine is a HP Vectra XU 2*Pentium Pro 200 with an Adaptec AIC 7880
I'm about to try and compile a custom kernel to see if that helps, but if
anyone has any other suggestions, I'm listening.
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