Joined: Sep. 2005
||Posted: May 05 2006,08:39
thanks a lot for your advice. I tried DSL-N on another machine and got the DSL-N prompt.
However, I have a question: I did a frugal install of the version 2.4 RC1 and then I replaced it with a frugal install of the version 2.4 RC2 on the same machine; in both cases, I choose the grub bootloader. But in both cases, when I put in my machine a cd with another version of DSL burned on it, I don't get the DSL prompt anymore (I don't have another distro in order to make a comparison; it should be done with another live-cd). Instead of that, my machine boots directly with grub runing and bringing me to the grub prompt, which is (or looks quiet like) the grub prompt I set up for my previous frugal install. Is this a new boot procedure? And if yes, what is the idea/concept/purpose?