How to manage EFI boot manager entries on Linux - Linux Tutorials - Learn Linux Configuration

UEFI is the firmware interface which on modern machines has superseded the legacy BIOS. One of the features of the UEFI firmware is being able to store boot entries in the persistent and editable NVRAM memory (Non Volatile RAM). While installing a Linux distribution (or any other operating system) in UEFI mode makes usually the related boot entry to be written to the NVRAM, in some cases we may want to perform manual operations such as modifying the boot order, creating or deleting a boot entry.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-manage-efi-boot-manager-entries-on-linux

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