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Old 11-05-2004, 07:45 PM   #1
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Links to installation arguments?

Hi, does anyone have any links to lists of installation arguments?

I want to pass at installation:

nofloppy, nosound, nofb, and acpi=force

But want to know if they are really arguments and what exactly they all mean.

I know what most of them mean but, you know... I want to know what ALL of my options are.

Thanks you your time.

BTW, this is for a Fedora 2 install if it matters.

I google up a search and all I get is the standard arguments listed after pressing the F1-F4 keys. I need a more robust listing.

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Old 11-05-2004, 08:45 PM   #2
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In answer to my own question, just in case anyone else wants to know. Even though it's for a Fedora 3 Test 3 install everything I needed to know was there.


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