@ Karibu

You may want to 'automate' your new-found cheatcodes.

What you will then want to do is to modify the file /mnt-system/boot/syslinux/syslinux.cfg.
Take a look at this file with leafpad or gedit.
AS ROOT, make a copy of this and call that /mnt-system/boot/syslinux/syslinux.cfg.orig.
Notice there are many three line stanzas of LABEL\KERNEL\APPEND.

Probably all you will need to do add, AS ROOT, one or more cheatcodes to the end of ONE of the
APPEND lines and save this as a new syslinux.cfg file.

So, first we need to know which cheatcodes you find useful, and whether or not you
want adriane as a default.

At this point you can either experiment or ask more questions. Your call.

If things get crazy, AS ROOT, use the sylinux.cfg.orig to restore syslinux.cfg.