calling for help once more...
I have downloaded the suse-kernel 2.0.35 (before that I had 2.0.33).
Compiling seemed to have gone well, but after executing 'make zlilo'
the system still booted the old kernel. So I copied the zImage to
/vmlinuz by hand, and it worked - but I recompiled it (in disregard of
the 'never touch a running system' wisdom) because I wanted yet
another module supported. Then by chance I read on in the SuSE
handbook and found that one should also copy System.map to the 'main
directory'. I assumed they were talking of /, so I copied
/usr/src/linux/System.map to /System.map.
Since then Linux doesn't boot anymore, Lilo stops with LIL-, which
means 'the data in the map file is invalid', according to the
Is there a way to fix the problem? I can still boot with a boot disk,
but the earlier I could get it back to normal, the better...
Many thanks in advance!