How to pass boot parameters w/o GRUB?

Looks like this topic has been dealt with before, though that was some time ago, and methinks things may have changed in the meantime (e.g., I got no /etc/kernel/ directory on my computer). A such, here goes again:

I need to use an ACPI mask upon boot, which I usually do by adding acpi_mask_gpe=0x6E to the end of the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX in Grub. Since Clear Linux doesn’t use Grub, how else can I do that? Is the /etc/kernel/cmdline.d/*.conf trick still valid?

I don’t believe there are any changes relevant to what you are doing. You can see the latest documentation in man clr-boot-manager though.

Thanks, I tried the trick and it works just fine.