question i got today from a guy, any help in telling him exactly whats
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To: "Bernard Tyers" <btyers at snet.wit.ie>
Subject: dual-boot tutorial
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 05:04:04 -0600
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There is a consistent FAQ in the newsgroups of
"LILO gets to the point is says LI and just stops there"
I fixed it by editing lilo config, but have been so busy I have not even
been able to figure out what I did. The error comes from slackware crash,
re-install;... or maybe add software or something and the menu-config asks
you if you want to configure your system. If you accept the highly
recommended yes, lilo exhibits the behaviour.
It might already be answered in the slackwareFAQ's, which are mirrored on my
site. The link I have now simply points to a book and does not provide
useful information onsite for web-free access.
I thought it would be appropriate for you to work on. I wanted to use your
dual-boot tutorial as the reference of choice for fixing this. In routine
site maint I looked at your workup on the issue and there was no reference
Nicholas Jordan - WDFA, noted web paranoic
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