Yet another mockup :).
So once you have selected which Kernel you want to from you can choose between different set of Kernel boot parametres:
- Knoppix cheatcodes. Just in case you want to boot your installed Knoppix with those options.
- Blacklist modules. This is very useful when trying to debug which module is making your system to crash or reboot at boot time.
- Systemd target. Choose an specific systemd ‘runlevel’.
- Miscelanea. Any other Kernel boot parametre.
- Choose root partition. Just in case you want to try to boot your Debian GNU/Linux but trying to use Ubuntu kernel. Usually it might not work 100%, but it’s worth a try in some special circumstances.
I’m not interested in implementing it because I think not so many few people would use when trying to boot into their distro from Super Grub2 Disk. Maybe the blacklist option is the most useful one.
But it’s something I would maintain if I ever implemented it. Not like the Kernel box idea.
Do you use often use an specific boot parametre? Why?