[PlanetCCRMA] slowing down?

Alex Timmer mijn_troep@yahoo.com
Sun Jan 11 06:47:01 2004

thanks for that pointer. i was looking for kernel parameters, which
brought me thousands of pages on how to build your kernel  :)

bootparameters is the magic word. for reference, i found this page:

which touches the pci=noacpi and noapic options.


 --- Wes Shull <wes@kuoi.asui.uidaho.edu> wrote: > Alex Timmer asked:
> > does anyone know where these kind of kernel options are documented?
> Well, there's a very outdated manpage, which at the bottom says it 
> dates to 2.1.21:
> man 7 bootparam
> Newer (but still not quite current) info can be found in the file 
> kernel-parameters.txt in the linux kernel documentation; either in 
> dir Documentation/ in the source, or in  
> /usr/share/doc/kernel-doc-2.*/ if you have the kernel-doc package 
> installed.
> I think it just takes a while for the latest options to get 
> documented...  if you're looking for info on the latest stuff (like 
> ACPI), googling is probably still your best answer.
> --wes

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