On Tue, Feb 12, 2002 at 10:32:07AM +0000, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> I did use a stock kernel after i made a test one week ago and saw that i
> got all of it working fine.
Ah - nice that you've done the testing :-)
> > What did you mean by that exactly ?
>> Yast2 can check lilo write and confirm that it's happy with it. Silly
> enough to say that on my old config (lilo to /dev/sda7), it couldn't
> validate my new kernel. I had to write my lilo to floppy in order to
> make it work ...
Must look at that - Yast2 seems to have become much more pwoerful in 7.3.
> > Glad to see you coming back to the one true faith. Support your local (well,
> > same continent) Linux distribution :-)
>> Well i'm not sure how to understand this one but i'm not German mate ;)
As I said, same continent. If it came down to nationality, I suppose you
should be using Mandrake :-)
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