On 9/21/2023 8:11 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
Bill Cunningham composed on 2023-09-21 19:52 (UTC-0400):
Felix Miata wrote:
# efibootmgr -o 0,4,1,2,3
Timeout: 1 seconds
Boot0000* fedora HD(...
Boot0001* UEFI OS HD(...
Boot0002* Hard Drive BBS(HD...
Boot0003* CD/DVD Drive BBS(CD...
Boot0004* Windows ...
Boot0005* UEFI: USB DISK...
Boot0006* USB BBS(HD...
# systemctl reboot
One command to ID the state.
One command to change the state.
Another to reboot normally.
(Assuming your UEFI BIOS works as it should. Mine all do.)
I see. I would have ordered it usb stick, dvd,fedora,windows myself :)
Since UEFI, most USB sticks for installation and/or rescue are configured to boot
in either legacy or EFI mode. When the UEFI BIOS has CSM (legacy) booting enabled,
such USB sticks will show two entries per USB stick, one for each mode, which is
why you see above both 0005 and 0006 entries.
Also with UEFI, it's preferred to have the HDD/SSD's preferred OS as top priority,
and to use the BBS hotkey whenever an alternative boot device is desired instead.
Does that mean you use a F key to boot from a USB stick? My UEFI is
always putting the OS before the USB stick. I have to change it to boot
from a USB stick. How do you use this "BBS Hotkey?
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