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<bootparams>BOOT PARAMS</bootparams>

All text between the opening and closing tags will be passed (as boot parameters) to the Linux kernel at boot time. You *must* at least specify the location of your root file system (as shown in the example below).



You can also send other values as well such as setting environment variables or changing the startup runlevel (just make sure that each parameter is separated by a space). See the Boot Prompt How-To for more information about valid boot parameters.

(!) Tip for expert users: If you have a dual-boot environment, you might consider using this feature to have an alternate runlevel passed in. By playing around with your init scripts, you can create seperate bootup sequences for your native linux and Windows' hosted colinux bootups.

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