3.1.1. Installation Alternatives

3.1.1.1. nodma

nodma is a special alternative which disables the use of DMA transfers to IDE disks. This may be useful in case you want to do a direct Card Flash installation and your CF-Card / CF-Reader does not support DMA.

3.1.1.2. verbose

verbose enables the boot messages from the kernel. Use this if you experience problems booting and need to track hardware problems.

3.1.1.3. rescue

rescue boots in rescue mode.

3.1.1.4. install nopcmcia

The installation command install nopcmcia will install and disable PCMCIA detection. Use this option only if the standard installation runs into trouble identifying PCMCIA devices attached to the target machine.

3.1.1.5. install nousb

The installation command install nousb will install and disable USB detection. Use this option only if the standard installation runs into trouble identifying USB devices attached to the target machine.

3.1.1.6. install nousb nopcmcia

The installation command install nousb nopcmcia will install and disable both PCMCIA and USB detection. Use this option only if the standard installation runs into trouble identifying PCMCIA and USB devices attached to the target machine.

3.1.1.7. install swapfilesize=<megabyte>

Use the command install swapfilesize= to install and set the SWAP filesize in megabytes.

3.1.1.8. install disksize=<megabyte>

Use the command install disksize= to install and set used diskspace, specified in megabytes.

3.1.1.9. install manualmodule

The installation command install manualmodule allows you to install and add kernel modules by hand.

You may also eject the IPCop media and reboot to abort the installation.