That would be because it referred to another file which indicated it could be configured called bootloader.txt and also said configuration in the bootloader tool, rather than say a Kickstart configuration for the bootloader tool.broadblues wrote:It *doesn't say* the name allows you to "configure" the bootloader, which is how you seem to be trying to read it.
I'd remove the missing bootloader.txt reference for a start. Even pointing to the wiki could be a good idea. But to paraphrase myself for starters:I'm sure it could be reworded to make it clearer still, how would you word it?
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; Each Kickstart configuration starts with the LABEL keyword, followed by the ; name of the configuration. The label name can be used to specify each ; configuration for the bootloader tool which is made up of specified Kickstart ; modules in the format below. Each configuration with its associated Kickstart ; modules is displayed as a labelled menu entry in the bootloader.