From: Paul Jakma (paul at domain clubi.ie)
Date: Thu 28 Jun 2001 - 01:26:03 IST
On Wed, 27 Jun 2001, Niall O Broin wrote:
> necessary, though ext2 partitions should be already mounted), dd the kernel
> to a floppy, rdev the floppy, reboot from the floppy, and re-run lilo.
> The new BBC is, however, even handier. The procedure is as above until you
> find your kernel. Let's assume it's in /mnt/0/vmlinuz. Then you just load
> the kmonte module with insmod /lib/modules/2.2.18.mic/kmonte.o and boot your
> kernel with monte /mnt/0/vmlinuz and then re-run lilo.
btw, there's no need for either the first method or the second
method. if you can mount the original / and /boot under /mnt then you
can use lilo's chroot option, ie:
lilo -r /mnt
> Updating /boot/System.map from the running kernel [OK]
> or somesuch and then stops dead. Any ideas as to WTF it might be gratefully
probably a bad script that gets stuck and doesn't exit. see what
script is doing the above, and see what comes immediately after it.
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