The Linux Loader, a Boot Menu

LILO boots Linux from your hard drive. It can also boot other operating
systems, such as MS-DOS and OS/2, and can even boot DOS from the second
hard drive. The configuration file is /etc/lilo.conf.

The PowerPC variant can be used on new PowerMacs and CHRP machines.

The ix86 variant comes with Memtest86, offering an image that can be
booted to perform a memory test.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
0001-Use-tftp-1M-blocksize.patch 0000001779 1.74 KB about 6 years
lilo-23.2.tar.gz 0000580758 567 KB about 8 years
lilo-libgcc.patch 0000002121 2.07 KB over 7 years
lilo-no-build-date.patch 0000000470 470 Bytes about 8 years
lilo-ppc-22.8.tar.bz2 0000269030 263 KB almost 11 years
lilo.changes 0000124814 122 KB almost 6 years
lilo.gcc48.patch 0000000378 378 Bytes over 6 years
lilo.ppc-22.8.opal.patch 0000000255 255 Bytes over 7 years
lilo.ppc-kvm.patch 0000004257 4.16 KB about 7 years
lilo.ppc.ps3.patch 0000000382 382 Bytes over 8 years
lilo.spec 0000007825 7.64 KB almost 6 years
lilo.src.Makefile.patch 0000000793 793 Bytes about 8 years
lilo.x86.array-bounds.patch 0000001858 1.81 KB about 8 years
lilo.x86.checkit.patch 0000000331 331 Bytes about 8 years
lilo.x86.mount_by_persistent_name.patch 0000002555 2.5 KB about 8 years
yaboot-22.8-r1190-bin.tar.bz2 0000291081 284 KB almost 6 years
yaboot-22.8-r1190.tar.bz2 0000211115 206 KB almost 11 years
yaboot-libgcc.patch 0000001052 1.03 KB over 7 years
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