Originally posted by Pzibi
I get no kind of error messages. The only thing is when I reboot thereï¿½s the message that i should insert the system disk.... no more...
And I also canï¿½t finde lilo.config. I cannï¿½t install Lilo allone without installing slackware again. So installing slackware takes too much time to do it everytime.
Should i try to instal Grub or should i Install an other Version???
We should be able to fix this without reinstalling the WHOLE thing, don't panic.
First off, I've never heard of Linux calling for a "system disk" (IIRC, that's a Windows convention); it looks to me like the Windows Bootloader is still residing in your MBR, which is where we want LILO to go. Also, Lilo's configuration file is "/etc/lilo.conf", not "/etc/lilo.config". The confusion is understandable, especially as the binary used to configure Lilo is "/sbin/liloconfig".
Let's start with the most direct method:
Boot your root partition from CD.
select "simple", your desired framebuffer mode, add any desired kernel parameters, and select "MBR" as the destination.
If you don't know how to boot your root partition from CD, let me know.
If any error messages are returned, post them here.
If it works, let us know.
Additionally, follow the links from my last post, they lead to some EXCELLENT documentation.