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153 <tr><ti>1024</ti><ti>1024x768 frambuffer mode (default)</ti></tr> 153 <tr><ti>1024</ti><ti>1024x768 frambuffer mode (default)</ti></tr>
154 <tr><ti>1280</ti><ti>1280x1024 framebuffer mode</ti></tr> 154 <tr><ti>1280</ti><ti>1280x1024 framebuffer mode</ti></tr>
155 <tr><ti>nofb</ti><ti>framebuffer mode disabled</ti></tr> 155 <tr><ti>nofb</ti><ti>framebuffer mode disabled</ti></tr>
156 <tr><ti>smp</ti><ti>loads a smp kernel in noframebuffer mode</ti></tr> 156 <tr><ti>smp</ti><ti>loads a smp kernel in noframebuffer mode</ti></tr>
157 <tr><ti>acpi</ti><ti>enables acpi=on + loads acpi modules during init</ti></tr> 157 <tr><ti>acpi</ti><ti>enables acpi=on + loads acpi modules during init</ti></tr>
158 <tr><ti>memtest</ti><ti>boots the memory testing program</ti></tr> 158 <tr><ti>memtest</ti><ti>boots the memory testing program</ti></tr>
159 159
160 </table> 160 </table>
161 161
162 <p> 162 <p>
163 <table> 163 <table>
164 <tr> 164 <tr>
165 <th>Available boot options.</th> 165 <th>Available boot options.</th>
166 <th>description</th> 166 <th>description</th>
167 </tr> 167 </tr>
168
169 <tr><ti>doataraid</ti>
170 <ti>loads ide raid modules from initrd</ti></tr>
168 171
172 <tr><ti>dofirewire</ti>
173 <ti>modprobes firewire modules in initrd (for firewire cdroms,etc)</ti></tr>
174
175 <tr><ti>dokeymap</ti>
176 <ti>enable keymap selection for non-us keyboard layouts</ti></tr>
177
178 <tr><ti>dopcmcia</ti>
179 <ti>starts pcmcia service</ti></tr>
180
169 <tr><ti>doscsi</ti> 181 <tr><ti>doscsi</ti>
170 <ti>scan for scsi devices (breaks some ethernet cards)</ti></tr> 182 <ti>scan for scsi devices (breaks some ethernet cards)</ti></tr>
171 183
184 <tr><ti>noapm</ti>
185 <ti>disables apm module load</ti></tr>
186
172 <tr><ti>nodetect</ti> 187 <tr><ti>nodetect</ti>
173 <ti>causes hwsetup/kudzu and hotplug not to run</ti></tr> 188 <ti>causes hwsetup/kudzu and hotplug not to run</ti></tr>
174 189
175 <tr><ti>dofirewire</ti> 190 <tr><ti>nodhcp</ti>
176 <ti>modprobes firewire modules in initrd (for firewire cdroms,etc)</ti></tr> 191 <ti>dhcp does not automatically start if nic detected</ti></tr>
192
193 <tr><ti>nohotplug</ti>
194 <ti>disables loading hotplug service</ti></tr>
195
196 <tr><ti>noraid</ti>
197 <ti>disables loading of evms modules</ti></tr>
177 198
178 <tr><ti>nousb</ti> 199 <tr><ti>nousb</ti>
179 <ti>disables usb module load from initrd, disables hotplug</ti></tr> 200 <ti>disables usb module load from initrd, disables hotplug</ti></tr>
180 201
181 <tr><ti>nodhcp</ti>
182 <ti>dhcp does not automatically start if nic detected</ti></tr>
183
184 <tr><ti>doataraid</ti>
185 <ti>loads ide raid modules from initrd</ti></tr>
186
187 <tr><ti>dopcmcia</ti>
188 <ti>starts pcmcia service</ti></tr>
189
190 <tr><ti>noapm</ti>
191 <ti>disables apm module load</ti></tr>
192
193 <tr><ti>noraid</ti>
194 <ti>disables loading of evms modules</ti></tr>
195
196 <tr><ti>nohotplug</ti>
197 <ti>disables loading hotplug service</ti></tr>
198
199 <tr><ti>ide=nodma</ti> 202 <tr><ti>ide=nodma</ti>
200 <ti>Force disabling of dma for malfunctioning ide devices</ti></tr> 203 <ti>Force disabling of dma for malfunctioning ide devices</ti></tr>
201 204
202 <tr><ti>cdcache</ti> 205 <tr><ti>cdcache</ti>
203 <ti>Cache the entire runtime portion of cd in ram, This uses 40mb of RAM , but allows you to umount /mnt/cdrom and mount another cdrom.</ti></tr> 206 <ti>Cache the entire runtime portion of cd in ram, This uses 40mb of RAM , but allows you to umount /mnt/cdrom and mount another cdrom.</ti></tr>
204
205 <tr><ti>noraid</ti>
206 <ti>disables autoloading of evms modules</ti></tr>
207
208 <tr><ti>dokeymap</ti>
209 <ti>enable keymap selection for non-us keyboard layouts</ti></tr>
210 207
211 </table></p> 208 </table></p>
212 209
213 <p> Once you hit Enter, you will be greeted with the standard kernel 210 <p> Once you hit Enter, you will be greeted with the standard kernel
214booting output, kernel and initrd messages, followed by the normal Gentoo 211booting output, kernel and initrd messages, followed by the normal Gentoo
215Linux boot sequence. You will be automatically logged in as 212Linux boot sequence. You will be automatically logged in as
216&quot;<c>root</c>&quot; and the root password will be set to a random string 213&quot;<c>root</c>&quot; and the root password will be set to a random string
217for security purposes. You should have a root (&quot;<c>#</c>&quot;) prompt 214for security purposes. You should have a root (&quot;<c>#</c>&quot;) prompt
218on the current console, and can also switch to other consoles by pressing 215on the current console, and can also switch to other consoles by pressing
219Alt-F2, Alt-F3 and Alt-F4. Get back to the one you started on by pressing 216Alt-F2, Alt-F3 and Alt-F4. Get back to the one you started on by pressing
220Alt-F1. At this point you should set the root password, type passwd and 217Alt-F1. At this point you should set the root password, type passwd and
221follow the prompts. 218follow the prompts.
222 </p> 219 </p>
223 <p>You've probably also noticed that above your <c>#</c> prompt is a bunch of help text 220 <p>You've probably also noticed that above your <c>#</c> prompt is a bunch of help text
224 that explains how to do things like configure your Linux networking and telling you where you can find 221 that explains how to do things like configure your Linux networking and telling you where you can find

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