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  1. I know this is a stupid question and I have looked everywhere for an answer and I get different answers to it. When you need to enter a bit flag to overlook a kernel panic, do you have to enter the boot flags every time you boot the system or are they sitter and work selflessly when you hit the enter button? Cause when I first started out entering flags the system was fast at transaction with the flags, and I enter them every boot and not the system won't boot and it takes a long time to respond to the newly entered flags. I'm affraid to type in the -F All, cause I don't know what the system flags were or something would be to boot the system. I hope there is answer I this cause I would like to get back to the installation process. Thank you
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