Why LILO? Because the installation scripts failed to
produce a bootable system when I selected Grub. So I selected LILO and it
The update was from kernel 2.6.24-22 to 2.6.24-23. The
original installation I believe had 2.6.24-21.
One of our IT guys was able to boot the machine and manually
start some of the services so the new kernel is OK and I believe that the
problem is the MBR or something that follows LILO.
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Darth Borehd
Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 10:13 AM
To: lugod's technical discussion forum
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] Ubuntu not booting after Kernel update
Why LILO? I can't think
of a single thing LILO can do that Grub can not do better.
If you have an older kernel available in the menu, boot to that. Then
check for updates again. Sometimes the headers don't download completely
on older releases. If so, then install those and try to reboot with the
2009/11/23 ALLO (Alfredo Lopez De Leon) <ALLO@novozymes.com>
Hi I have an Ubuntu server 8.04 LTS with 2 TB (RAID 5) of
This morning I allowed the system to download and install a bunch of updates,
along them a Sun Java and a kernel update.
After the update due to some concerns about a Java application I decided to
re-boot the server and I got a Lilo error the infamous L 99 99 99 ...
Some Google postings suggested to run lilo just to make sure that the
info about the new kernel was part of the booting sequence.
After booting with a rescue disk I ran /sbin/lilo and re-boot, the Lilo problem
was gone but the system now hangs after the BIOS Data Checkup Successful
I will a appreciate any suggestions.
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