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Some of the forum posts say to boot with dash options, like

-v -f -s

And other options too... But i was curious how do i boot with these dash options ?

i'm doing a VirtualBox installation, but according to what i've read on the forums, i believe i have to boot with -s into safemode ? And run some commands. (Because the installation is complete... the OS just won't load up).

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in the timeout of the chameleon, you will type these commands.

the safe boot is -x. -s is single user.

you better read the tutos, my friend.

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