[ PATCH ] fix to documentation for kexec
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On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 04:33:16PM +0900, Horms wrote: > On Thu, Feb 01, 2007 at 01:25:04PM -0500, Robert P. J. Day wrote: > > On Thu, 1 Feb 2007, Judith Lebzelter wrote: > > > > > > -* "init 1" boots the dump-capture kernel into single-user mode without > > > - networking. If you want networking, use "init 3." > > > +* Boot parameter "1" boots the dump-capture kernel into single-user mode > > > + without networking. If you want networking, use "3". > > > > i'm not sure you want to totally remove those first two lines, they > > appear to talk about getting to run level 1 *from a running system*. > > I think that it is refering to a kernel command line parameter, > not a shell command executed on a running system, so I think the patch > is correct in that respect. Agree with removing the "init" word. A single digit is assumed by the kernel to be the run level. Also, given the variability of those values, leave the current documentation at levels 1 and 3. BTW, the "init" keyword, *with* a value, specifies an alternate init process binary, e.g,, the default is "init=/sbin/init" -- David N. Lombard, Intel, Irvine, CA I do not speak for Intel Corporation; all comments are strictly my own.
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