> I think you'll find this is standard! If you install it to a partition then you need something in the MBR which allows you to boot the partition. I've no problems using the Boot Manager that comes with Ranish's Partition Manager and having lilo boot from /dev/hdb2.
So i thought, i posted a lilo problem last week where nobody replied
(well one but that was a joke ;) and i'm used to install lilo on first
block of partitions when playing around with distros i'm not sure to
keep and Suse is the first one causing me all the hassle.
> Don't have a USB Scanner, but suspect you should have run 'make cloneconig' before recompiling the kernel to ensure you get all the SuSE settings, then remove the ones you don't want.
So did I, then removed the unwanted stuff, must be another option in USB
that i removed ... Even though i thought that only the standard USB
settings would do, Suse didn't ...
> Yast2 is very good. I particularly like the way SuSE have integrated it into the KDE Control Center as well.
They've done a tremendous job with Yast2, better than mandrake for sur,
i really like the way Suse is evolving.
I think what i was trying to say here is : let's be honest, this distro
is not as bright and heavenly easy to manage as all the reviews tend to
say, you run into troubles as soon as you run non standard configs.
Still, i like Suse more and more.
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