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11<version>1.5</version> 11<version>1.6</version>
12<date>2004-09-24</date> 12<date>2005-01-27</date>
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14<section> 14<section>
15<title>Installing PALO</title> 15<title>Installing PALO</title>
16<body> 16<body>
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18<p> 18<p>
19On the PA-RISC platform, the boot loader is called palo. You can find 19On the PA-RISC platform, the boot loader is called palo. You may need to
20emerge it on your machine first.
21</p>
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23<pre caption="Installing palo">
24# <i>emerge palo</i>
25</pre>
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27<p>
20the configuration file in <path>/etc/palo.conf</path>. Here is a sample 28You can find the configuration file in <path>/etc/palo.conf</path>. Here is a
21configuration: 29sample configuration:
22</p> 30</p>
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24<pre caption = "/etc/palo.conf example"> 32<pre caption = "/etc/palo.conf example">
25--commandline=2/vmlinux root=/dev/sdb2 HOME=/ 33--commandline=2/vmlinux root=/dev/sdb2 HOME=/
26--recoverykernel=/vmlinux.old 34--recoverykernel=/vmlinux.old
27--init-partitioned=/dev/sdb 35--init-partitioned=/dev/sdb
28</pre> 36</pre>
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30<p> 38<p>
31The first line tells palo the location of the kernel and which boot 39The first line tells palo the location of the kernel and which boot
32parameters it must use. <c>2/vmlinux</c> means the kernel named <c>/vmlinux</c> 40parameters it must use. <c>2/vmlinux</c> means the kernel named
33resides on the second partition. Beware, the path to the kernel is 41<c>/vmlinux</c> resides on the second partition. Beware, the path to the
34relative to the partition, not to the root of your filesystem. 42kernel is relative to the boot partition, not to the root partition.
35</p> 43</p>
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37<p> 45<p>
38The second line indicates which recovery kernel to use. If it is your 46The second line indicates which recovery kernel to use. If it is your
39first install and you do not have a recovery kernel, please comment this 47first install and you do not have a recovery kernel, please comment this
40out. The third line indicates on which disk palo will reside. 48out. The third line indicates on which disk palo will reside.
41</p> 49</p>
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43<p> 51<p>
44When configuration is done, just run <c>palo</c>. 52When configuration is done, just run <c>palo</c>.
45</p> 53</p>

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