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Re: [vox] [zjohnson@math.ucdavis.edu: Re: [NOT-vox] Another support story...]

The ironic thing is that Dell was right. It *was* your OS that was the
problem. :)


On Tue, Feb 11, 2003 at 04:00:55PM -0800, R. Douglas Barbieri wrote:
> I could get it to save the partition if I toggled the bootable flag back
> off. However, when I powered back on, it would give me the lilo prompt
> and I couldn't figure out how to resume, thinking that it should be a
> bios thing.
> The link in Zach's message suggested the obvious--add the following
> lines into /etc/lilo.conf for the suspend partition:
> other=/dev/hda1
>   label=Resume
> DUH! It goes to show you that an effective google search can make all the
> difference! Next time I won't even bother with Dell's support. Thanks Zach!
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