Bootdisk displays l04 04 04 04 continuosuly

Bootdisk displays l04 04 04 04 continuosuly

Post by Joseph Kearne » Sat, 19 Sep 1998 04:00:00



Anybody know of what the l 04 04 04 continuous thing means.  I am attempting
to install linux on my computer and when I try to run the bootdisk that's
what happens.  I have tried all of the .i files I have.  I have a Packard
Bell pentium 75 w/ a 1.2 gb HDD 1.44 floppy, Aztech sound drive w/ dual
CDROMS
 
 
 

1. Please help! L 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 10 10 10 10 04 10ILO

Please help!

I sometime get the below message and cannot boot Linux.
Had I done something wrong with LILO?

L 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 10 10 10 10 04 10ILO

Welcome to the LILO Boot Loader!

Please enter the name of the partition you would like to boot
at the promt below. The choices are:

DOS   - DOS (FAT/FAT32 partition)
Linux - Linux (ext2fs partition)

boot:

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