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== Tweaks for the boot commandline ==
To boot with default values just press ENTER.
=== Desktop Environment ===
0|1|2|3|4|5|6|S|s|single => Select a runlevel to start with.
The default is 4 for graphical login.
kbd=fr xkb=ch,fr => Example of custom X keyboard layout.
livepw="somestring" => Change the password for user "live".
locale=nl_NL kbd=nl tz=Europe/Amsterdam => Example of language,
keyboard and/or timezone customization.
rootpw="somestring" => Change the password for user "root".
=== Custom software ===
load=nvidia => Load and configure Nvidia drivers if available
in the ISO.
load=mod1[,mod2[...]] => Load one or more squashfs modules
from the directory: "/liveslak/optional".
By default none of these modules is loaded on boot.
noload=mod1[,mod2[...]] => Prevent loading of one or more
squashfs modules from the directory "/liveslak/addons".
By default all these modules are loaded on boot.
=== Hardware related ===
localhd => initialize RAID/LVM on local hard drives.
nomodeset => Boot without kernel mode setting, needed with
rootdelay=10 => Add 10 second delay to give the kernel more
time to initialize USB. Try this if booting fails. Default is 5.
swap => Allow the Live OS to activate all swap partitions on
the local hardware. By default, no swap is touched.
=== Media tweaks ===
livemedia=/dev/sdX => Tell the init script which partition
contains the Slackware Live OS you want to boot. This can
become necessary if you have another copy of Slackware Live
installed in another partition.
livemain=directoryname => Use this if you copied the content
of the ISO to a different directory than "liveslak".
Mount LUKS container "file1" at mount point "/mountpoint1".
Multiple files should be separated with comma.
Specify "luksvol=" to *prevent* mounting any LUKS container.
nop => No persistence, i.e. boot the virgin installation in
case your "persistence" directory got corrupted.
persistence=directoryname => Use this if you want to use
a different directory than "persistence" for storing
toram => copy the OS from the media to to RAM before running it.
You can remove the boot media after booting.
=== Troubleshooting ===
blacklist=mod1[,mod2[...]] => Add one or more kernel modules
to the kernel blacklist to prevent them from loading, in case
they cause issues during operation.
debug => During init, pause at strategic locations while as-
sembling the overlay filesystem and show mount information.
rescue => After initialization, you will be dropped in a
rescue shell to perform lowlevel maintenance.