Hello, you should be able to boot from the redhat cd in rescue mode, then
mount you partitions and rewrite or remove lilo by indicating the switch for
where your lilo.conf is
On Friday 16 February 2001 10:05, dreamspace9 at netscape.net wrote:
> Recently I rewrote my master boot record because I wanted to get rid of
> lilo and use a floppy to boot instead. After trying to boot from the floppy
> however I am getting: booting linux...
>> That may not be precisely correct but it was something like that. The main
> question is, how can I get back into Linux? I need to get a lilo prompt,
> perhaps I can get that from rescue mode?
>> BTW, I installed lilo on the linux boot partition as well so really what I
> want to do is boot from that, or try to re-create a boot floppy.
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