[SOLVED] How to add slackware in grub boot loader?
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I installed slackware 12.2 and lilo.
But could not get other linux distributions.
So i installed grub boot loader again.
This time can't get slackware in the list of grub boot loader.
How can i add slackware in grub boot loader?
After the installation i got the console based black login screen.
The only option was to login as root.
Being root i did kdm start.
To complete the installation of Slackware, please follow the instructions in Slackware-HOWTO. This file and other useful documents are available at the root directory of DVD (or first installation CD).
huge kernels dont need initrd since filesystem drivers are compiled into the kernel..note that i have given you a generic kernel and it should have an initrd.img since the filesystem drivers are loaded as modules.and vmlinuz is only a softlink to your huge kernel..it doesnt matter here since i gave you the right generic kernel image and not vmlinuz
anyway congrats and always stick to one thread..if it is solved mark the thread solved using thread tools