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comment How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
This is great, thanks very much.
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comment How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
Is there any way I can apply this procedure to a built-in kernel module? (I can't switch the atkbd module so it is compiled as a module). By a built-in kernel module I mean a module that is 'hard-compiled' into the kernel - I can't even disable it (or I don't know how). And thanks for the 'module' part. I didn't know I can pass parameters to kernel modules, in comparison to the kernels 'core'.
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comment How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
@Marco it still shows up in cmdline, even if 'not valid'.
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revised How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
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comment How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
@Mat Exactly something like that. The background of the story: I have found the 'atkbd.softraw' kernel parameter and I this parameter works for kernels 2.6.x, but my kernel version is 3.2.12. And I'm wondering if I can still use that parameter or not.
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asked How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
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accepted How to display kernel command line parameters?
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asked How to display kernel command line parameters?
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comment Why was fsck priority introduced in /etc/fstab?
Thanks for the response. Does it mean that if I specify multiple partitions with 'priority=high' , fsck will spawn a separate thread to scan every partition? (and, when the last thread finishes, all partitions with 'priority=low' will be checked out)
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