So i was using red hat orignally, and then i wanted to switch to slack, so i installed it as well, and added it to grub
So there was already a boot partition set up
So in slack, I have it mounted at /mnt/boot
This is the contents:
So there is tons of stuff, 2 differnt kernels for RH (the 2.4.20s) and the one for slack 2.4.22
Is there any stuff in here i can get rid of? I can get rid of the two older kernels.
As well, in slack there is a /boot folder.
Now, I am a bit confused of where this is coming from, since i thought it was getting the files from the other partition
Finally, I am looking into this because i want to install the new 2.6 kernel, and I'm trying to understand how the files are working. Would i put the files into /mnt/boot or /boot?
Ok, I was trying to follow DaOne's directions, but when i did the final 'make install' it gave problems since lilo isnt install (using grub)
I think it would be easier to just install lilo...
Should I just install lilo and then add my present kernel to it, before trying to make 2.6?