Question
I used "efibootmgr" tool to modify EFI boot order, but after a system reboot, the boot priority modification cannot save. Why and is there an alternative?
Answer
In order to successfully use efibootmgr, the EFI variables file system must be accessible. This is a problem since efibootmgr cannot access EFI variables due to protection from the chipset as a reaction to prevent security threats. For an alternative, use SUM.
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