Adding kernel boot parameters after loading kernel and initrd

echo "root=/dev/sda7" > /proc/param.conf
Then exit from the shell. exit some time need to exit twice exit exit Now the OS will boot with the new parameters.

By: totti
2011-09-27 18:06:53

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