s.striker at striker.nl
Sun Mar 18 11:48:09 PST 2001
Marc, while your at it, try installing grub instead.
In my personal opinion it is a better bootloader and
should be recommended in the book.
Without doubt there are lots of people who reboot and
when the machine is comming up the realize... forgot
to run lilo. With grub that isn't an issue. Also the
commandline interface is very nice if you are stuck
with a crashed system.
Just my 2 cents,
> I agree.
> I had trouble with
> using 21.6, 21.7 was OK.
> -- Bruce
> Mark Ellis wrote:
> > I can recommend lilo 21.7. 21.6 had trouble with windows (sorry, only
> > Tombraider, honest !), but 21.7 seems fine.
> > Mark
> > Marc Heerdink writes:
> > > Hi all
> > >
> > > I went down the list today hunting for new versions for my
> next LFS. These
> > > packages were updated (eg newer than the versions in the
> current LFS CVS):
> > >
> > > file 3.34
> > > lilo 21.7
> > > modutils 2.4.3
> > > procinfo 18
> > > sysklogd 1.4.1
> > > shadow 20001016
> > > util-linux 2.11a
> > > ma-pages 1.34
> > > net-tools 1.59
> > >
> > > I expect to see CVS updates soon :) I'm gonna do a new LFS
> today, with gcc
> > > 2.95.3, glibc 2.2.2, xfree 4.0.3, kbd 1.0.5 (instead of
> console-*) etc etc. I'll
> > > let you know how it goes.
> > >
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