A simple installation of LILO requires the configuration of the basic pieces of the /etc/ lilo.conf file and running the map installer. A sample configuration of the /etc/lilo.conf file is shown here:
# /etc/lilo.conf - generated by Lizard # # target boot = /dev/hda1 install = /boot/boot.b # options prompt delay = 50 timeout = 50 message = /boot/message default = linux image = /boot/vmlinuz-pc97-2.2.14-modular label = linux root = /dev/hda1 vga = 274 read-only append = "debug=2 noapic nosmp"
The lilo.conf file is quite simple. As is typical with most configuration files, lines beginning with a hash mark (#) are comment lines. The lilo.conf configuration file consists of three primary sections: the general section (sometimes ...