Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 4758
lilo fails to pass command line on Intel SC450NX, which can hose root partition info
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:51 EDT
Arguments passed to the lilo boot prompt do not reach the
kernel. Even the default ones setup by lilo (like BOOT=)
don't make it. Try "cat /proc/cmdline". This will
sometimes cause kernels to not boot, and I'd assume that it
would not boot kernels installed on a disk other than the
kernel default boot device.
Probably not the desired effect for a "Red Hat Certified
BTW: Grub works fine
*** Bug 2720 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
On an Intel Sitka Platform (4-way Xeon, Symbios 896
on-board SCSI) after initial installation the install kernel
panic's (not able to find root filesystem). I have talked
to Doug Ledford at Red Hat and he says this is a known
problem and was thought to be fixed in a beta version. We
have recreated the problem on several Sitka's at Intel
using Red Hat 6.0 Gold.
------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 05/10/99 17:19 -------
It seems that something goes wrong in parsing the lilo.conf file. If
I use the lilo.conf file installed by default everything works fine.
But if I replace the
the kernel panics (not able to find root file system). This is on a
Dell Inspiron 3200.
------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 05/13/99 01:54 -------
A new lilo version is now under testing from Werner Almesberger. We
will be working with him on this and should have an updated version
soon. The test version currently available is lilo-22dev0 and is
available from the ftp site
ftp://lrcftp.epfl.ch/pub/people/almesber/lilo/lilo-22dev0.tar.gzDoug is working on a fix for this.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 5165 ***