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Re: lilo



Craig White wrote:

> I have some Dell 320's and never was able to make grub boot these
> things. Based upon other information I found on bugzilla, I ended up
> simply installing lilo and they boot fine - no problem.
> 
> whenever I update (i.e. yum update), and a new kernel is installed, it
> fails to execute the grub update (mumbles something on screen) but never
> executes a lilo update which of course is an issue. It does however
> change /etc/lilo.conf to reflect the newly installed kernel.
> 
> Is there some configuration change I can make so that when yum/rpm
> installs a new kernel that lilo is actually executed so that the boot
> blocks are changed.

I can't answer your query, but I think the programs
/sbin/installkernel and particularly /sbin/new-kernel-pkg
are called; at least they are if you compile the kernel 
and say "make install".


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