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Re: [vox-tech] LILO Segmentation Fault
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Re: [vox-tech] LILO Segmentation Fault

On Friday 02 May 2003 05:17 pm, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> On Fri, 2 May 2003, Shorter Rankin wrote:
> > When I try to boot to the hard drive I get
> > LIL- and the system hangs.
> FYI, here's LILO error codes (off some website):
> L<m> Where represent one of 16 disk-error codes
> LI    The second-stage boot loader loaded, but could not run
> LIL	The description table could not be read
> LIL?  The second-stage address boot loader located at an incorrect address
> LIL-	LILO found a corrupt descriptor table
> LILO  Run successfully
> > Would it help if I move vmlinuz to
> > /boot and rewrite lilo.conf to
> > point to /dev/hda1?
> Move vmlinuz to /boot.  But do not point lilo.conf to /dev/hda1.  Make it
> point to /dev/hda.  Then you need to rerun /sbin/lilo as root.
> I'm assuming /dev/hda3 is the root partition, right?

I scratched my head for a second here.....to clarify, Mark, you mean:
1) use "boot=/dev/hda" and
2) use "root=/dev/hda3"
in /etc/lilo.conf (and move vmlinuz to /boot and re-run /sbin/lilo), yes?

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