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12. Appendix B - Sample lilo.conf

See also Appendix C - GRUB details and sample grub.conf file.

Always give a date extension to the filename, because it tells you when you built the kernel, as shown below:


bash# man lilo
bash# man lilo.conf
And edit /etc/lilo.conf file and put these lines - 
        image=/boot/bzImage.myker.26mar2001 
        label=myker
        root=/dev/hda1 
        read-only 
You can check device name for 'root=' with the command - 
        bash# df   / 

Now give -
        bash# lilo 
        bash# lilo -q 

You must re-run lilo even if the entry 'myker' exists, everytime you create a new bzImage.

Given below is a sample /etc/lilo.conf file. You should follow the naming conventions like ker2217 (for kernel 2.2.17), ker2214 (for kernel 2.2.14). You can have many kernel images on the same /boot system. On my machine I have something like:


boot=/dev/hda
map=/boot/map
install=/boot/boot.b
prompt
timeout=50
default=firewall

image=/boot/vmlinuz-2.2.14-5.0
        label=ker2214
        read-only
        root=/dev/hda9

image=/boot/vmlinuz-2.2.17-14
        label=ker2217
        read-only
        root=/dev/hda9

#image=/usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot/bzImage 
#       label=myker 
#       root=/dev/hda7
#       read-only 

image=/boot/bzImage.myker.11feb2001
        label=myker11feb 
        root=/dev/hda9
        read-only 

image=/boot/bzImage.myker.01jan2001
        label=myker01jan 
        root=/dev/hda9
        read-only 

image=/boot/bzImage.myker-firewall.16mar2001
        label=firewall 
        root=/dev/hda9
        read-only 


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