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EFIBOOTDUMP

Section: (8)
Updated: 24 February 2016
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NAME

efibootdump - dump a boot entries from a variable or a file  

SYNOPSIS

efibootdump [-?|--help] [--usage]
       [-f <file1> [... -f <fileN>]]

       [[-g {guid}] <name0> [... [<nameN>]]]
 

DESCRIPTION

efibootdump is a userspace application used to display individual UEFI boot options, from a file or a UEFI variable. This allows e.g. saved files from efivarfs to be displayed, as well as variables on the running machine.

 

OPTIONS

The following is a list of options accepted by efibootmgr:
-g | --guid {guid}
Any variables specified by name have the specified GUID.
-f | --file <file>
Read a single boot variable from the specified file.
<nameN>
Display the specified variable on the local machine. If no GUID is specified, EFI Global Variable is the default.
 

BUGS

Please direct any bugs, features, patches, etc. to the Red Hat installer team at https://github.com/rhinstaller/efibootmgr .  

SEE ALSO

efibootmgr(8)


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
BUGS
SEE ALSO

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