any way to stop boot2 from waiting for keypress at system startup
tak.official at gmail.com
Wed Jul 3 04:37:27 UTC 2013
Yes you are right :)
If i knew the feature's name, it would be easier to find this option out..
Actually i found mentioned flag while tracing boot2.c code...
Anyway, Thank you for your complete reply :)
On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 6:35 AM, Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de> wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Jul 2013 15:18:04 +0430, takCoder wrote:
> > i found the answer! if i add a "-n" parameter to /boot.config file, the
> > mentioned feature will be disabled..
> Sorry for my confusion. The option you've successfully found
> is documented in "man 8 boot" (which also provides a short
> description of the stages performed at system boot). That's
> why it's good to know how the different components of the
> boot process are named so it becomes more logical where to
> search. :-)
> From the manual page:
> -n ignore key press to interrupt boot before loader(8)
> is invoked.
> However, it is possible to dispense with the third stage altogether,
> either by specifying a kernel name in the boot block parameter file,
> /boot.config, or, unless option -n is set, by hitting a key during a
> brief pause (while one of the characters -, \, |, or / is displayed)
> before loader(8) is invoked. Booting will also be attempted at stage
> two, if the third stage cannot be loaded.
> It's always good to know where thine documentation is. ;-)
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