From: Mike (vze5bgzj_at_verizon.net)
Date: Sun, 07 Dec 2003 05:48:39 GMT
My SuSE 8.2 Professional System received an Automatic Update yesterday
that included substantial security changes to the Kernel. I was
prompted to run /sbin/lilo subsequent to the completion of the update.
Nonetheless, I found I could not run /sbin/lilo and, instead, received
an error message:
/etc/lilo.conf no such file or directory
When I checked the BootLoader settings with YaST I found that the
BootLoader is GRUB.
Do I need to sweat this?
Can I reboot safely without writing a lilo.conf file and running lilo?
If no, then anybody have a good lilo.conf script where the system runs
linux without a dual boot?