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i was changing the value in the initramfs and i mistype the word.. so every time boot up my ubuntu show "unknown parameter".

how can fix it?how to remove this parameter?

TQ

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This worked for me : enter link description here – theCode May 20 at 6:54
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Just boot on a liveCD or liveUSB, mount the partition, and edit the value to a suitable one. Then, reboot on hard disk.

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i had edit the file using vi and remove the line in the .conf file then reboot. everything is ok now..TQ – napi Jan 26 '11 at 2:07

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