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Likewise if you know of eci source for other EFI drivers—say, for a video card or disk controller card. In debugging the problem, I found that a key funtion was being entered mid-function, which suggests either an EFI bug or a problem with the compiler or related tools.
To the best of my knowledge, the best reason to want EFI driver support in rEFInd is to provide access to filesystems. It’s possible to use EFI shell commands to give the ISO driver access to the shell device, but this causes the El Torito access to go away, which means that anything loaded from the El Torito image such as rEFInd is likely to malfunction.
With so many disk space on hard drives nowdays i recommend more than MB. Alternatively, you can use the drivers that effi with rEFIt, which work on Macs. I use ext2 more of a habityou can use ext3, ext4 too for grub2, it is not that important. Right now my kernels in my personal Ubuntu This it debatable, it depends on the context.
When you do a build with debugging symbols you’ll easily surpass MiB. On simple desktop installations or laptops it didn’t make much sense the last years, in my opinion.
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I’ve placed rEFInd’s drivers in directories that are named to minimize this risk, but you should exercise care when copying driver files. If you really need to switch to a very old kernel, restore it from the backup. Unfortunately, EFI uses the same. For this reason, and because of the possibility of drivers harboring bugs, I recommend installing ffi those drivers that you need.
If so it should work fine, too.
EFIBootLoaders – Ubuntu Wiki
If you want to use the drivers with a Mac, be sure to use at least version 0. If you find this Web page useful, please consider making a small donation to help keep this site up and running.
This page is part of the documentation for the rEFInd boot manager. If you need to store the kernel both in that file and directly in the ISO filesystem to maintain bootability on BIOS systemsthat can represent an unwanted extra space requirement. Earlier versions were incompatible with the Mac’s EFI 1.