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Old 07-11-2010, 03:54 AM   #1
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options with "Linux" command during installtion !!


Dear Friends ,

I have to use Linux from last 3 years . During this moment I see that , during installation of linux I got the some options with "Linux " command like :

- Linux //Default installation command
- Linux text //for text mode installtion
- Linux rescue //for rescue mode

Like the above , is there other more options in "Linux" command . Is there any , then plz provide me the related commands . Thx ... ...


waiting for kind reply ... ...
 
Old 07-11-2010, 09:44 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by shipon_97 View Post
Dear Friends ,
I have to use Linux from last 3 years . During this moment I see that , during installation of linux I got the some options with "Linux " command like :

- Linux //Default installation command
- Linux text //for text mode installtion
- Linux rescue //for rescue mode

Like the above , is there other more options in "Linux" command . Is there any , then plz provide me the related commands . Thx ... ...
First, spell out your words, and don't use that text-shorthand.

Second, what version/distro of Linux are you talking about, and what specifically are you wanting to do/problem you're needing to solve? There are many options, and a Google search could have turned them up, if you tried to look:
http://rhcelinuxguide.wordpress.com/...ons-in-fedora/

Just one example, there are lots of others, and again, dependent on the version/distro you're using.
 
Old 07-11-2010, 10:27 AM   #3
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Those three are installation options (Debian, for instance), not linux commands.
 
  


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