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Re: [vox-tech] Trouble booting kernel =)
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Re: [vox-tech] Trouble booting kernel =)

hmmm...  i have the same lilo version as you do.

but my manpage is better than yours!   ;-)


LILO.CONF(5)                                         LILO.CONF(5)

       lilo.conf - configuration file for lilo

       This  file, by default /etc/lilo.conf, is read by the boot
       loader installer 'lilo' (see lilo(8)).

       It might look as follows:

              # lilo.conf
              #  global options:

[ed- no mistaking the comment above, but for the pedantic, see below]

       Comment  lines may appear anywhere, and begin with the "#"

On Thu 12 Apr 01, 11:40 AM, jdnewmil@dcn.davis.ca.us said: 
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2001, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > On Wed 11 Apr 01, 11:24 PM, Foo Lim said: 
> > > Hmmm..  Does lilo like comments?
> >  
> > yeah.  see man lilo.conf.   :-)
> I had been about to make a similar comment yesterday (because I have seen
> comments in lilo.conf files before), until I looked at "man lilo.conf" and
> found that it did NOT include this information.  I had to look at the lilo
> documentation file "user.ps.gz" with gv to find documentation.
> I have "lilo version 21" on SuSE 6.4.

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