linux boot problem

linux boot problem

Post by Felix The Alien - CSCI/Another Plan » Fri, 05 Jul 1996 04:00:00

Hi, I am kind of new to linux and I just installed it but experiencing
some problems.  When I try to boot it freeze at
CSLIP: code copyright 1989 Regents of University of Calfornia

if I boot with the linux boot disk and do: mount root=/dev/hdb2( <- my linux
partition) it boot fine.  I have a 16bit ISA NE2000 compatible card on my
computer, it seems it's the card* on the CSLIP driver or something...
is there some configuration file I should edit to take out the CSLIP function?
or I have to re-compile the whole kernel? please help me... thanks in



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LILO / Linux does not have any problems running with the PCI bus.  I
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had a similar problem after fiddling around with the Hard Drive.  I
reinstalled LILO from scratch and the problem went away.

Good luck!

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