Don't run lilo inside chroot
gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Mar 14 06:22:40 PST 2001
On March 14, 2001 09:02 am, Thomas 'Balu' Walter wrote:
> How do you want to do that, Gerard?
> Create a bootdisk, boot from that and install lilo then?
> cp the created kernel to /boot from the host-system and install lilo
> from there?
I was thinking more in the lines of using the host system's lilo. Add LFS to
your debian /etc/lilo.conf. Then
cp /etc/lilo.conf $LFS/etc
cp /boot/<all kernel images> $LFS/boot
<reboot into LFS>
When in LFS you can run /sbin/lilo again so that the LFS lilo version is
activated (probably a newer version than the host distro is using)
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