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Advanced Settings Video Mode: Normal Initrd: /boot/initrd-2.6.3-4mdk.img
WHAT WENT WRONG
while booting fedora, I came across the ff errors
-FATAL cannot load /lib/modules blablabla (too fast)
-rm blablabla failed ? readonly filesystem
-a whole bunch of readonly filesystem errors
-kudzu asking me to reconfigure hardware that I already configged at installation
***** WHAT'S BEEN DONE:
in mdk10, I mounted the fedora hard disk on /mnt/fedora
/mnt/fedora/boot has vmlinuz-2.6.5-1.327, which I assume is the image to load
it also has a initrd-2.6.5-1.327.img, which I assume is the initrd to load
I went to /mnt/fedora/boot and made a symlink vmlinuz which pointed to the vmlinuz-2.6.5-1.327 in /mnt/fedora/boot. That's why I wrote /boot/vmlinuz as the image
I have already tried changing the INITRD field to /boot/initrd-2.6.5-1.327.img. For some strange reason it keeps going back to the mdk initrd
I have also tried using /mnt/fedora/boot/vmlinuz and /mnt/fedora/boot/initrd... but the same problem appears
WHAT MAY HAVE GONE WRONG
-The Lilo gui tool might be making assumptions that we will only be booting one linux system and that all the boot stuff are in the /boot of mdk10 (and does not know how to look for anything else) but if this is the case, then why is it that when I used /mnt/fedora/boot..., it still could not find the stuff?
-The Lilo gui tool was informed that the root was in /dev/hdb2, but was never told that the /boot was in /dev/hdb1 (OMGWTFLOL!). Having checked that fstab of fedora, I don't see how the system knows where to find its own boot... (honest!)
-Installation was a big mess (I don't really think so)
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