Glad you could chime in. I would think (unless I am wrong again
) that the purpose of this discussion is to separate Poor Man's boot options from that of the LiveCD/LiveUSB's. Although it would seem that most boot options will work either way, pointing out how each specific cheatcode works could provide a better understanding to those of us who use it.
Perhaps my previous explanation was a tad short of its goal, and that leaves questions to be asked.
In the boot line I have provided, the /isolinux
are part of the /
tree. Of course it could be anywhere else, and as Just_19 cautiously pointed out, it is not the best practice. I have extensively experimented with /ob-isolinux
often with misses and hits.
Knoppix's boot options are only to be regarded as a reference and we won't be using much of what is listed in the list of cheatcodes, I believe it is beneficial for us to understand the few that we are actually going to use.