This method will probably replace "smart boot manager" with Lilo.
When you boot into Linux, at command line as root, type "lilo".
Should return "added linux", "added dos", etc....
If there are no error messages, reboot.
Does it work now?
If you want to keep your "smart boot manager", then configure lilo.conf so lilo will install on your linux root partition, (if windows was there before linux, the that would be /dev/hda2 upwards), and then get smart boot to load lilo on the root partition.
The reason your seeing lilo fail is because it was installed on the master boot record and smart boot overwrote it.
Last edited by cinders; 11-14-2002 at 06:20 AM.