r.floers at web.de
Fri Mar 23 01:52:51 PST 2001
On Wed, Mar 21, 2001 at 06:35:35PM +0100, Jean-Pierre Schwickerath wrote:
> If I may add my salt and pepper...
> I have alsways been using lilo and I don't see why I should change. All I need
> is something that allows the computer to switch from the bios boot to the linux
> boot using the kernel I want. And usually this is the same everytime you boot.
> (Unless you just compiled a new one and want to test it).
> On my system, I don't even see lilo, 'cause I set the timeout to 0 secs. I just
> have linux on my hdd and I don't need a wonderful beautiful marvelous Menu in
> 1042x768 pixels with antialiased lightening effects and huge sound.
> Why do it simple if you can do it on a complex way?
i want to second that.
enven if want to be able to choose between to linux kernels or linux
and FreeBSD, or sth simliar, lilo still is sufficient.
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