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i have just installed a new kernel (220.127.116.11) from the slackware ftp site. at first i was able to edit the lilo.conf.. so now there are 3 items in my lilo.conf
saved the changes and run lilo.. [no problems here yet]
i tried rebooting my system and tried booting using the new kernel... no problems or whatsoever. so i decided to delete the lilo entry of my old kernel. and this is where the problem begins. after editing lilo.conf and save the changes, i tried running lilo again and this is the error i received.
Warning: '/proc/partitions' does not match '/dev' directory structure.
Name change: '/dev/hdd2' -> '/dev/hdd2'
part_nowrite check:: No such file or directory
i thought it was just a warning message and thought that the changes were made. i tried rebooting my system and sad to say that the there are still 3 items in my lilo.
May want to run liloconfig again, use expert mode, follow the prompts, and install to mbr of hdc. Then, after a succesfull boot, add in the other partitions.
i have tried what you have suggested but i when i started intalling lilo again. it has error.. and when i tried to manually edit lilo and not using the liloconfig and tried to run lilo again. same error regarding the hdd2 partition.
yes, i have lilo installed at the MBR of hdc dont know whats causing me the problem. should i switch to GRUB?