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Most recent edit on 2005-11-17 05:18:08 by KemasAntonius

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slampp autoexec=startx

Deletions:
slampp gui



Edited on 2005-08-22 12:25:32 by KemasAntonius

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Edited on 2005-07-21 16:42:10 by KemasAntonius

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Note:
This document is taken and modified from the original one written for SLAX.




Edited on 2005-07-21 16:41:00 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp acpi=off
slampp nohotplug
slampp nopcmcia
slampp noagp
slampp nodma
slampp nohd

slampp nocd
slampp passwd=somepass
slampp passwd=ask
slampp toram
slampp copy2ram
slampp floppy

slampp load=module
slampp gui
slampp debug
memtest


Deletions:
slampp acpi=off
slampp nohotplug
slampp nopcmcia
slampp noagp
slampp nodma
slampp nohd
slampp nocd
slampp passwd=somepass
slampp passwd=ask
slampp toram
slampp copy2ram
slampp floppy
slampp load=module
slampp gui
slampp debug
memtest




Edited on 2005-07-21 16:39:49 by KemasAntonius

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memtest
test RAM with memtest (instead of starting SLAMPP)



Edited on 2005-07-21 16:39:03 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
skip SLAMPP login prompt and automatically start X-Window system
slampp debug
enable debug mode, hit Ctrl+D to continue booting

Deletions:
skip SLAMPP login prompt and automatically start X-Window system



Edited on 2005-07-21 16:37:04 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp gui
skip SLAMPP login prompt and automatically start X-Window system


Deletions:

slampp debug




Edited on 2005-07-21 16:33:30 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp debug

Deletions:
slampp



Edited on 2005-07-21 16:32:43 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp



Edited on 2005-07-21 10:31:23 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
disable almost all hardware autodetection in the case of hangups. Your hardware won't be detected at all, you'll have to use "pcimodules" command after logging into SLAMPP and you'll have to try to modprobe all needed modules from the list manually
skip pcmcia hardware detection in the case of hangups
skip agp hardware detection in the case of hangups

disable DMA for all CD-ROMs and disks
don't mount any harddisks at all.
don't search for SLAMPP CD, try only USB and other devices
set root's password to "somepass", or ask (with =ask) for a new password during the boot, before starting SLAMPP (don't worry, the new password won't be shown at the login screen)
copy all files (all required and optional modules) to RAM. You'll need at least 256MB of RAM to do this and boot SLAMPP properly. This will slow down the boot phase but it will speed up SLAMPP!
enable floppy automounting during startup. This option also causes that settings saved by "configsave" command will be restored from the floppy diskette too.
load optional modules from /optional/ directory on the CD. You can use full module name (module.mo) or you can skip the extension

Deletions:
disable almost all hardware autodetection in the case of hangups. Your hardware won't be detected at all, you'll have to use "pcimodules" command after logging into SLAMPP and you'll have to try to modprobe all needed modules from the list manually
skip pcmcia hardware detection in the case of hangups
skip agp hardware detection in the case of hangups
disable DMA for all CD-ROMs and disks
don't mount any harddisks at all.
don't search for SLAMPP CD, try only USB and other devices
set root's password to "somepass", or ask (with =ask) for a new password during the boot, before starting SLAMPP (don't worry, the new password won't be shown at the login screen)
copy all files (all required and optional modules) to RAM. You'll need at least 256MB of RAM to do this and boot SLAMPP properly. This will slow down the boot phase but it will speed up SLAMPP!
enable floppy automounting during startup. This option also causes that settings saved by "configsave" command will be restored from the floppy diskette too.
load optional modules from /optional/ directory on the CD. You can use full module name (module.mo) or you can skip the extension




Edited on 2005-07-21 10:30:08 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
disable acpi support. This could fix booting on some broken machines which don't even boot SLAMPP and hangs imediately after loading vmlinuz

Deletions:
disable acpi support. This could fix booting on some broken machines which don't even boot SLAMPP and hangs imediately afteer loading vmlinuz



Edited on 2005-07-21 10:29:35 by KemasAntonius

No differences.


Edited on 2005-07-21 10:29:04 by KemasAntonius

No differences.


Edited on 2005-07-21 10:26:53 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp toram
slampp copy2ram
copy all files (all required and optional modules) to RAM. You'll need at least 256MB of RAM to do this and boot SLAMPP properly. This will slow down the boot phase but it will speed up SLAMPP!
slampp floppy
enable floppy automounting during startup. This option also causes that settings saved by "configsave" command will be restored from the floppy diskette too.
slampp load=module
load optional modules from /optional/ directory on the CD. You can use full module name (module.mo) or you can skip the extension




Edited on 2005-07-21 10:25:44 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp nohd
don't mount any harddisks at all.
slampp nocd
don't search for SLAMPP CD, try only USB and other devices
slampp passwd=somepass
slampp passwd=ask
set root's password to "somepass", or ask (with =ask) for a new password during the boot, before starting SLAMPP (don't worry, the new password won't be shown at the login screen)




Edited on 2005-07-21 10:25:23 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp nopcmcia
skip pcmcia hardware detection in the case of hangups
slampp noagp
skip agp hardware detection in the case of hangups
slampp nodma
disable DMA for all CD-ROMs and disks




Edited on 2005-07-21 10:25:05 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
slampp acpi=off
disable acpi support. This could fix booting on some broken machines which don't even boot SLAMPP and hangs imediately afteer loading vmlinuz
slampp nohotplug
disable almost all hardware autodetection in the case of hangups. Your hardware won't be detected at all, you'll have to use "pcimodules" command after logging into SLAMPP and you'll have to try to modprobe all needed modules from the list manually




Edited on 2005-07-21 10:24:42 by KemasAntonius

Additions:
The following cheatcodes are used to affect the booting process of SLAMPP.
Reboot your computer and wait several seconds until nice graphical SLAMPP logo appears. (It's there usually for less then 10 seconds only). You will see "boot: " prompt at that time, under the graphical logo (at the bottom of the screen). Start typing one of the following options immediately to be faster than the timeout, or press F1 for brief help.




Edited on 2005-07-21 10:24:25 by KemasAntonius

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