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How to set kernel boot parametes?

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Hi, I want to set a kernel parameter (mem), for testing reasons. (I want to limit the physical memory avaliable)

 

I know the general procedure for normal Linux Distros, but I havent been able to get the NI Linux to take my kernel parametes.

 

 

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On 64-bit x86 targets you can add additional kernel parameters by editing the otherbootargs variable in /boot/runmode/bootimage.cfg.

 

On ARM/Zynq based targets (e.g. cRIO-906x) you can add additional parameters by setting the othbootargs variable using fw_setenv othbootargs ...

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Thanks 🙂 that worked

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