I recently installed Slackware and I love it, but durring the installation of LILO, I selected it to go onto the MBR but then I got an error and had to continue with the installation. Now, I can boot Linux with the bootdisk I made, but it is pretty annoying and slow. I need help on installing a new bootloader.
First I had installed Windows XP. Then I added a new hdd for Linux and installed slackware but got an error at the lilo install point.
Some interesting information: /etc/lilo.conf does not exsist; /usr/doc/lilo-22.5.9/QuickInst tells me it can't find lilo and to start where lilo exists
Hard drive configuration:
IDE1: Master- CDRW, Slave- 6GB Linux hdd
IDE2: Master- 40GB Windows hdd (not mounted in linux), Slave- 80GB NTFS (mounted in both)
Download the LILO slackware package here. Run installpkg lilo-22.5.9-i486-2.tgz -- then try installing lilo to the MBR.
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