as mentioned above, I want to to completely turn off the console output, but putting console= or console=null in the kernel command line doesn't change a thing. When I enque quiet to the kernel ...
This is not a important question, I'm just curious. Something strange happened, which isn't quiet clear to me: In the kernel command line, the amount of the memory can be set statically with the ...
Boot updated kernel image on beagleboard. I had installed a kernel on Beagle-board to update image of kernel to it. I've used this command: $ sudo apt-get install linux-image-188.8.131.52-omap It ...
i had compile a kernel for beagle-board with kernel version 3.6.8.x4 with 12.04.1 LTS but after recompile kernel (3.10.1 stable) in this process i just copying the uImage into boot of rootfs section ...
In the grub.conf configuration file I can specify command line parameters that the kernel will use, i.e.: kernel /boot/kernel-3-2-1-gentoo root=/dev/sda1 vga=791 plasticDuck After booting up a ...
In the grub.conf configuration file I can specify command line parameters that the kernel will use, i.e.: kernel /boot/kernel-3-2-1-gentoo root=/dev/sda1 vga=791 After booting a given kernel, is ...