Re: EFI boot order rewrite

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Florian Bauer>
> Thank you for your answer.
> That would only solve the problem at initial bootup but not for already installed systems.
> Inserting such a solution into a late running service would be no option due to it’s
> destroying the boards storage over time because of the many writes.

I'm pretty sure I only had to run efibootmgr once (at install time in my case) - and the boot order was fixed for all subsequent reboots (don't currently have a setup that does this at the moment, so can't check)

James Pearson
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