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Just boot any Linux live and chroot into your installation to update the bootloader. I don't think there is any need to bother with additional special mounts in this case. So something like:
*oops, forgot the chroot!
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mkdir mountpoint sudo mount /dev/sda1 mountpoint #whatever your Salix root partition is sudo chroot mountpoint sudo lilo -v