Show boot cheat codes from shell?
Forum: Other Help Topics
Topic: Show boot cheat codes from shell?
started by: icepick
Posted by icepick on Mar. 10 2008,18:57Is there a way I could list the boot cheat codes that were used to startup dsl from within a shell?
I have some remote boxes running and I have a feeling I didn't enter the same cheat codes for booting.. now I can only SSH to the boxes (or jump in the car for an hour).. is there a way I can list the cheat codes that were used when DSL was booted at these boxes?
Posted by roberts on Mar. 10 2008,19:31showbootcodes from a shell pompt will display the boot codes used to boot your system
Posted by mikshaw on Mar. 10 2008,22:00The command Robert showed is a wrapper for the command "cat /proc/cmdline". I'd never seen showbootcodes before, so I thought I'd mention that in case you ever want to do this in a random Linux system.
Posted by icepick on Mar. 11 2008,06:14Thanks a lot guys.. sometimes things can be very easy..