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Multiple Kernel flags in boot.plist


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AdamBeutler

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I can't figure out how to have both cpus=1 and fsb=166 in the boot.plist. When I put them both in the fsb is ignored and the sound stays choppy but if I put in the fsb=166 at boot time then it is fine. What can I do to get both of these to start on there own?

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A space between those two flags should do the trick. Both flags should be on the same lane.





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