> > didn't work - scsi driver bonked
> Why don't you recompile a kernel with support for all your hardware and
> replace the one on the bootdisk? I normally do this. The fact that the
That's the xfs kernel that I had, and the kernel itself is just fine, it's
that lilo didn't want to put loader where it should; but also xfs kernel
would not fit on the disk. Anyway, once lilo's stupidity was punished by
upgrading, the need to make floppy bootdisk is less urgent.
> bootdisk has the proper libraries and utilities to create XFS partitions
> is good enough for me. I handle the kernel to support my hardware 100%.
> > both / and /boot were truly rw, but lilo was confused about it.
> I don't know if you've tried this, but the read-write option for the image
> that loads the XFS-aware kernel should help you out. Don't forget to
> update your fstab, as well, to put "rw" in the default options. :)
/etc/fstab had rw too, just lilo was stupid :-)
> Just in case ... :-)
> --> Jijo
> Federico Sevilla III :: jijo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Network Administrator :: The Leather Collection, Inc.
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