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You can usually access the BIOS to make modifications to the devices it enables and to the order to check for bootable disks (hard drive, floppy disk, CD-ROM, or maybe the network) during BIOS initialization. On some machines, you access the BIOS by pressing F2, the Delete key, or some other key combination when your machine is first switched on.
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Your system documentation has details on how you access your machine BIOS. Nearly every BIOS on a machine will also tell you what key to press during system initialization by saying something like, Press F2 to access BIOS.
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For example, during the installation of SUSE, you would have to make sure that your system attempts to boot from the CD-ROM (or DVD) device before attempting to boot from your hard disk. This is necessary so that your system starts the installation process from the CD or DVD rather than booting any existing operating system that might be installed on your hard disk. Once your system initializes its hardware, the BIOS attempts to find a bootable device and load a small piece of executable code called a boot manager, or boot loader, from that device. The boot manager typically reads some configuration information from the boot media to locate and load an operating system, such as the Linux kernel. On a CD/DVD installation of SUSE, this piece of code is called ISOLINUX. ISOLINUX is a boot loader for removable media that allows a user to create a bootable Linux system. ISOLINUX is a simple yet powerful tool that automatically loads the Linux kernel and an initial ramdisk so that you can continue installing SUSE.
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Tip The SUSE boot CD/DVD media is preconfigured to use ISOLINUX. Although you don t need to know the details of how ISOLINUX works in order to use it, you can get more information about ISOLINUX from the ISOLINUX home page at
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Once the boot loader has loaded and executed in memory, you are usually presented with options about what operating system you want to load. This panel typically also enables you to pass additional, optional arguments to the operating system before it loads and initializes. Figure 4-1 shows the boot screen of the SUSE installer that you saw in 1. As you can see, you are presented with quite a few options that we discussed before. This is the ISOLINUX boot loader on the SUSE install media.
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Figure 4-1: An ISOLINUX boot loader menu
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You have come across the term initial ramdisk quite a few times in this book. An initial ramdisk is an integral part of both the installation of SUSE and also the day-to-day booting of the operating system. An initial ramdisk is a file containing a compressed image of a small filesystem, and it is uncompressed into memory at boot time so that it can be used as an initial filesystem during the Linux boot process. It takes its name from the fact that the filesystem is uncompressed into an area of memory that the system can use as a disk (with an associated filesystem) during the first stages of the boot process. This Linux filesystem contains startup commands that bootstrap the main SUSE installation by preparing disk devices (by loading device drivers) and making sure your system has enough memory to continue with a SUSE install. Throughout the book we talk about initial ramdisks and their possible uses when booting and using a SUSE system.
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Figure 4-2 shows the SUSE boot loader that is installed by default after successfully installing SUSE. This screen provides fewer, and different, options than those shown in Figure 4-1 because they refer only to the installed operating system and a failsafe Linux system (which you can use in case your main SUSE boot configuration is corrupted).
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Figure 4-2: The SUSE system boot loader Selecting the default boot option, Linux, after SUSE has been installed will load the kernel and the initial ramdisk in memory. If you do not specify anything at this menu, the system automatically boots the default choice after ten seconds. The processor will then jump to the start of the kernel in memory and execute it. The execution of the kernel is usually very quick, within five seconds. After the kernel has loaded, you will see the initial ramdisk being mounted, and the small Linux distribution takes over and loads any drivers that are needed to load your Linux installation from the disk. SUSE hides much of the boot process behind a graphical screen that simply displays a progress bar. You can press F2 at any time during kernel loading and initialization to see detailed status messages that explain exactly what the system is doing.
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