I edited my lilo.conf in this way:
Then, I did execute lilo ($lilo -v) and rebooted it,
all worked o.k., but when loged on my LFS system and
ran lilo from it (I took special care to copy the
kernel file and initrd file of my old distro onto my
LFS /boot directory) it seemed to be o.k., but when
the machine was booting a lot of 40s and then a not
ended sequence of Ls appeared on the screen. I used a
boot disk and ran lilo again inside my old distro (by
the way It is RedHat 7.3) to fix my boot record.
Then, I rebooted the machine and loaded LFS, after a
while looking for a diference, I noticed that the size
of the boot.b file into the LFS's /boot directory is 0
(zero). I tried to run it copiying a boot.b file from
my old distro's /boot dir but lilo gives an error
saying that it is a file of and older version (21.4)
and It was expecting 22.2, Also, I tried to do it (run
lilo) using a bootfile named boot-bmp.b but in booting
time the same error occurred.
Ok. It seems to be hapenning because the boot.b file
that comes with the lilo package is damaged. Now, Is
it possible to happen??? How could happen it?? and It
is not, What is wrong then???
I think it is obvious that English is not my native
language. My apologise for my errors.