The boot loader for Linux and other operating systems.
LILO (LInux LOader) is a basic system program which boots your Linux
system. LILO loads the Linux kernel from a floppy or a hard drive,
boots the kernel and passes control of the system to the kernel. LILO
can also boot other operating systems.
|Distribution:||Red Hat 6.2|
LILO - Generic Boot Loader for Linux ("LInux LOader") by Werner Almesberger
Important: The file INCOMPAT contains vital (in)compatibility information
for this release of LILO. Read it before proceeding.
Installing boot loaders is inherently dangerous. Be sure to have some means
to boot your system
Generating the README
In order to (re)generate the plain ASCII documentation that is found in
lilo/README, Perl 4 or 5 must be installed on your system.
to perform the conversion. Note that fairly large amounts of virtual memory
(16 MB or more) are allocated during the process.
Printing the documentation
You need the f
Changes from version 20 to 21 (5-DEC-1998)
- cylinder calculation could overflow when using LINEAR (fix by Jonas
Aaberg and an anonymous contributor)
- first-stage loader code begins with the byte 0xFA (a CLI instruction).
This works around the "INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE" blue screen bug of
Windows NT 4 (reported
LILO program code, documentation and auxiliary programs are
Copyright 1992-1998 Werner Almesberger.
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