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add-to-efi.sh – script to add boot entries to native EFI loader

This script allows users and administrators to automatically add their EFISTUB-enabled Linux system to the system’s native EFI bootloader without the need of any additional bootloader. It’s required that all files needed to perform the boot process (e.g. vmlinuz-xxx, initramfs-xxx.img) reside on the EFI system partition, which has to be mounted somewhere. The tool searches for the EFI partition by its partition type, then for installed kernels and finally for suitable initrds (including Intel Microcode). Furthermore, the tool is able to detect if the root filesystem is encrypted and adds appropriate kernel parameters. If you want to use (PART)UUID for booting, this tool will also do.[…]

 

https://github.com/stertingen/add-to-efi.sh

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