BCE-C712 Linux System Administration

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Starting up and Shutting Down

Kernel Loading

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This lesson covers the process of loading the Linux kernel, which is the core of the operating system.

  • Explanation:
    • The bootloader (e.g., GRUB) loads the kernel into memory from the boot device.
    • Kernel parameters can be passed during boot to customize its behavior.
  • Example:
    • To view and modify kernel parameters, you can edit the GRUB configuration file, typically located at /etc/default/grub.