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a question on init scripts
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magerlab

Joined: 08 Jul 2007
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PostPosted: Sun 22 Jun 2008, 03:37    Post_subject:  a question on init scripts
Sub_title: is it possible to make boot faster
 

i have a question on making boot of the installed puppy faster

for example i use puppy on EEEpc where no CD and mo modem present
also there's only one disk where the puppy files are( indeed the grub menu does have a direct way to the folder with them, but puppy still searches fro them)

is there any way to change the init script to force unused steps?

also i think this could be used on desktops installations

of course, this new init can be used only on that only particular computer but have a 10-15 boot up is very great Very Happy
thank you

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John Doe

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PostPosted: Sun 22 Jun 2008, 04:06    Post_subject:  

Menu->System->BootManager configure bootup

look under 'Configure hardware probing at bootup'
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