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passing kernel options [was Re: problem booting from sda...]



And one more thing:
How do I pass options to the kernel? Now quik doesn't show me any 
"LILO boot:" prompt for 30 seconds. The penguin is enabled by default and
I miss the initial boot messages as well as any prompts which might have
been there. Any settings to be make in quik.conf for prompt to appear
(like prompt in lilo.conf)?

Thanks,
Indraneel

On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Michael Schmitz wrote:

> > It's working great and right now I'm struggling with X configuration. 
> > Mouse is not working. My mouse fits into the keyboard and has 4 pins. 
> 
> That would be an ADB mouse. Additional mouse buttons can be emulated by
> keys using the adb_buttons=1,x,y kernel option (x and y being the keycodes
> for the emulation keys). 
> 
> > XF86Config has entries BusMouse and /dev/adbmouse . X reports that it is
> 
> Up to BenH's 2.2.17-pre series, /dev/adbmouse was used for ADB mice, with
> the protocol set to BusMouse. Recently, mouse data have been switched to 
> /dev/input/mice with IMPS/2 procotol, see the description on BenH's web
> page on how to set up devices and mouse button there.
> 
> 	Michael
> 

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