LILO boot floppy

Collins Richey richey3 at
Sun Jul 2 09:06:11 PDT 2000

On Sun, 02 Jul 2000, John Phillips wrote:
> Folks
> After building a kernel at the start of chapter 8, one possible option
> is to make a LILO boot floppy.  This works for me:

I use a LILO boot floppy all the time, but I don't bother to put
the kernel on the floppy, just LILO.  But then, you must have
your /boot partitions <cyl 1024, unless you have the very
latest LILO that can support booting >cyl 1024.

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