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What means following error message?

/etc/rc.d/rc.S:cannot duplicate fd -65537 to fd 0: bad file number?

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by:sundancer
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Probably an invalid parameter in lilo.conf.

Are you booting from a diskette?  


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by:demiurg
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Send me your /etc/rc.d/rc.S

my email : deus@post.tau.ac.il
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unicorntech earned 100 total points
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The prob is the -65537. Remove the - in the file and then you will be fine,


Regards,

Jason
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