I'm running Slackware 3.1 w/LINUX 2.0 kernal on a AMD 5x86 133mhz CPU.
My Win95 partition is on /dev/hda and Linux resides on /dev/hdb.
I seem to be having problems booting using LILO from my floppy bootdisk.
The kernal unpacks fine but hangs near the end of the boot sequence. The
line that comes to mind is VFS(Dos support etc). I'm confident LILO is
running because I have seen the LILO msg pass across the screen.
I suppose the floppy has gotten corrupted*shrug*?
Frankly, I'd like to use LILO from my harddrive so that I may avoid
future problems. Any suggestions:)
What is the most efficient and easiest method of gaining access to MSDOS
files w/LINUX? During my install, I mistakenly chose not permanently
mount the DOS partition;(
I want to access my Win95 files via LINUX. A permanent fix/mount would
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