In article <slrnjoou3u.9n5....@charlotte.encs.concordia.ca>, Sylvain Robitaille <s...@alcor.concordia.ca> wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Apr 2012 16:27:17 +0000 (UTC), no.top.p...@gmail.com wrote:By 'boot' I mean the total process from power-up till 'login'
> > So I'm suspecting that, unlike Etch, slak can't boot from
> Booting is not distribution-specific. If one can do it, they all
The "system" being Slackware: that's my very question ??
> Slackware can boot from any device that the system will
> It looks to me, though, like you haven't created an initrd for yourThat would have been my first guess too, thats's WHY I pasted
> Slackware installation, thus it doesn't have access to the driver(s)
> it needs to see the CF disk.
the <ls -l *linuz* *init*> which you've snipped.
Also this kogi, running NOW on the PC shows `ls -l`:
So on the PC, where slak13 DOES boot, there's ALSO
But I guess that vmlinuz-huge-smp-18.104.22.168-smp
OK, let me check the PC's slak:/etc/lilo.conf to if *initrd*
Oh crap, so has PC's kogi:/etc/lilo.conf !!
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