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  1. #
  2. # refind.conf
  3. # Configuration file for the rEFInd boot menu
  4. #
  5. # Timeout in seconds for the main menu screen. Setting the timeout to 0
  6. # disables automatic booting (i.e., no timeout). Setting it to -1 causes
  7. # an immediate boot to the default OS *UNLESS* a keypress is in the buffer
  8. # when rEFInd launches, in which case that keypress is interpreted as a
  9. # shortcut key. If no matching shortcut is found, rEFInd displays its
  10. # menu with no timeout.
  11. #
  12. # Normally, when the timeout period has passed, rEFInd boots the
  13. # default_selection. If the following option is uncommented, though,
  14. # rEFInd will instead attempt to shut down the computer.
  15. # CAUTION: MANY COMPUTERS WILL INSTEAD HANG OR REBOOT! Macs and more
  16. # recent UEFI-based PCs are most likely to work with this feature.
  17. # Default value is true
  18. #
  19. #shutdown_after_timeout
  20. # Whether to store rEFInd's rEFInd-specific variables in NVRAM (1, true,
  21. # or on) or in files in the "vars" subdirectory of rEFInd's directory on
  22. # disk (0, false, or off). Using NVRAM works well with most computers;
  23. # however, it increases wear on the motherboard's NVRAM, and if the EFI
  24. # is buggy or the NVRAM is old and worn out, it may not work at all.
  25. # Storing variables on disk is a viable alternative in such cases, or
  26. # if you want to minimize wear and tear on the NVRAM; however, it won't
  27. # work if rEFInd is stored on a filesystem that's read-only to the EFI
  28. # (such as an HFS+ volume), and it increases the risk of filesystem
  29. # damage. Note that this option affects ONLY rEFInd's own variables,
  30. # such as the PreviousBoot, HiddenTags, HiddenTools, and HiddenLegacy
  31. # variables. It does NOT affect Secure Boot or other non-rEFInd
  32. # variables.
  33. # Default is true
  34. #
  35. #use_nvram false
  36. # Screen saver timeout; the screen blanks after the specified number of
  37. # seconds with no keyboard input. The screen returns after most keypresses
  38. # (unfortunately, not including modifier keys such as Shift, Control, Alt,
  39. # or Option). Setting a value of "-1" causes rEFInd to start up with its
  40. # screen saver active. The default is 0, which disables the screen saver.
  41. #
  42. #screensaver 300
  43. # Hide user interface elements for personal preference or to increase
  44. # security:
  45. #  banner      - the rEFInd title banner (built-in or loaded via "banner")
  46. #  label       - boot option text label in the menu
  47. #  singleuser  - remove the submenu options to boot macOS in single-user
  48. #                or verbose modes; affects ONLY macOS
  49. #  safemode    - remove the submenu option to boot macOS in "safe mode"
  50. #  hwtest      - the submenu option to run Apple's hardware test
  51. #  arrows      - scroll arrows on the OS selection tag line
  52. #  hints       - brief command summary in the menu
  53. #  editor      - the options editor (+, F2, or Insert on boot options menu)
  54. #  badges      - device-type badges for boot options
  55. #  all         - all of the above
  56. # Default is none of these (all elements active)
  57. #
  58. #hideui singleuser
  59. #hideui all
  60. # Set the name of a subdirectory in which icons are stored. Icons must
  61. # have the same names they have in the standard directory. The directory
  62. # name is specified relative to the main rEFInd binary's directory. If
  63. # an icon can't be found in the specified directory, an attempt is made
  64. # to load it from the default directory; thus, you can replace just some
  65. # icons in your own directory and rely on the default for others.
  66. # Icon files may be in any supported format -- ICNS (*.icns), BMP (*.bmp),
  67. # PNG (*.png), or JPEG (*.jpg or *.jpeg); however, rEFInd's BMP and JPEG
  68. # implementations do not support transparency, which is highly desirable
  69. # in icons.
  70. # Default is "icons".
  71. #
  72. #icons_dir myicons
  73. #icons_dir icons/snowy
  74. # Use a custom title banner instead of the rEFInd icon and name. The file
  75. # path is relative to the directory where refind.efi is located. The color
  76. # in the top left corner of the image is used as the background color
  77. # for the menu screens. Currently uncompressed BMP images with color
  78. # depths of 24, 8, 4 or 1 bits are supported, as well as PNG and JPEG
  79. # images. (ICNS images can also be used, but ICNS has limitations that
  80. # make it a poor choice for this purpose.) PNG and JPEG support is
  81. # limited by the underlying libraries; some files, like progressive JPEGs,
  82. # will not work.
  83. #
  84. #banner hostname.bmp
  85. #banner mybanner.jpg
  86. #banner icons/snowy/banner-snowy.png
  87. # Specify how to handle banners that aren't exactly the same as the screen
  88. # size:
  89. #  noscale     - Crop if too big, show with border if too small
  90. #  fillscreen  - Fill the screen
  91. # Default is noscale
  92. #
  93. #banner_scale fillscreen
  94. # Icon sizes. All icons are square, so just one value is specified. The
  95. # big icons are used for OS selectors in the first row and the small
  96. # icons are used for tools on the second row. Drive-type badges are 1/4
  97. # the size of the big icons. Legal values are 32 and above. If the icon
  98. # files do not hold icons of the proper size, the icons are scaled to
  99. # the specified size. The default values are 48 and 128 for small and
  100. # big icons, respectively.
  101. #
  102. #small_icon_size 96
  103. #big_icon_size 256
  104. # Custom images for the selection background. There is a big one (144 x 144)
  105. # for the OS icons, and a small one (64 x 64) for the function icons in the
  106. # second row. If only a small image is given, that one is also used for
  107. # the big icons by stretching it in the middle. If only a big one is given,
  108. # the built-in default will be used for the small icons. If an image other
  109. # than the optimal size is specified, it will be scaled in a way that may
  110. # be ugly.
  111. #
  112. # Like the banner option above, these options take a filename of an
  113. # uncompressed BMP, PNG, JPEG, or ICNS image file with a color depth of
  114. # 24, 8, 4, or 1 bits. The PNG or ICNS format is required if you need
  115. # transparency support (to let you "see through" to a full-screen banner).
  116. #
  117. #selection_big   selection-big.bmp
  118. #selection_small selection-small.bmp
  119. # Set the font to be used for all textual displays in graphics mode.
  120. # For best results, the font must be a PNG file with alpha channel
  121. # transparency. It must contain ASCII characters 32-126 (space through
  122. # tilde), inclusive, plus a glyph to be displayed in place of characters
  123. # outside of this range, for a total of 96 glyphs. Only monospaced fonts
  124. # are supported. Fonts may be of any size, although large fonts can
  125. # produce display irregularities.
  126. # The default is rEFInd's built-in font, Luxi Mono Regular 12 point.
  127. #
  128. #font myfont.png
  129. # Use text mode only. When enabled, this option forces rEFInd into text mode.
  130. # Passing this option a "0" value causes graphics mode to be used. Pasing
  131. # it no value or any non-0 value causes text mode to be used.
  132. # Default is to use graphics mode.
  133. #
  134. #textonly
  135. # Set the EFI text mode to be used for textual displays. This option
  136. # takes a single digit that refers to a mode number. Mode 0 is normally
  137. # 80x25, 1 is sometimes 80x50, and higher numbers are system-specific
  138. # modes. Mode 1024 is a special code that tells rEFInd to not set the
  139. # text mode; it uses whatever was in use when the program was launched.
  140. # If you specify an invalid mode, rEFInd pauses during boot to inform
  141. # you of valid modes.
  142. # CAUTION: On VirtualBox, and perhaps on some real computers, specifying
  143. # a text mode and uncommenting the "textonly" option while NOT specifying
  144. # a resolution can result in an unusable display in the booted OS.
  145. # Default is 1024 (no change)
  146. #
  147. #textmode 2
  148. # Set the screen's video resolution. Pass this option either:
  149. #  * two values, corresponding to the X and Y resolutions
  150. #  * one value, corresponding to a GOP (UEFI) video mode
  151. # Note that not all resolutions are supported. On UEFI systems, passing
  152. # an incorrect value results in a message being shown on the screen to
  153. # that effect, along with a list of supported modes. On EFI 1.x systems
  154. # (e.g., Macintoshes), setting an incorrect mode silently fails. On both
  155. # types of systems, setting an incorrect resolution results in the default
  156. # resolution being used. A resolution of 1024x768 usually works, but higher
  157. # values often don't.
  158. # Default is "0 0" (use the system default resolution, usually 800x600).
  159. #
  160. #resolution 1024 768
  161. #resolution 1440 900
  162. #resolution 3
  163. # Enable touch screen support. If active, this feature enables use of
  164. # touch screen controls (as on tablets). Note, however, that not all
  165. # tablets' EFIs provide the necessary underlying support, so this
  166. # feature may not work for you. If it does work, you should be able
  167. # to launch an OS or tool by touching it. In a submenu, touching
  168. # anywhere launches the currently-selection item; there is, at present,
  169. # no way to select a specific submenu item. This feature is mutually
  170. # exclusive with the enable_mouse feature. If both are uncommented,
  171. # the one read most recently takes precedence.
  172. #
  173. #enable_touch
  174. # Enable mouse support. If active, this feature enables use of the
  175. # computer's mouse. Note, however, that not all computers' EFIs
  176. # provide the necessary underlying support, so this feature may not
  177. # work for you. If it does work, you should be able to launch an
  178. # OS or tool by clicking it with the mouse pointer. This feature
  179. # is mutually exclusive with the enable_touch feature. If both
  180. # are uncommented, the one read most recently takes precedence.
  181. #
  182. # Size of the mouse pointer, in pixels, per side.
  183. # Default is 16
  184. #
  185. #mouse_size
  186. # Speed of mouse tracking. Higher numbers equate to faster
  187. # mouse movement. This option requires that enable_mouse be
  188. # uncommented.
  189. # Legal values are between 1 and 32. Default is 4.
  190. #
  191. #mouse_speed 4
  192. # Launch specified OSes in graphics mode. By default, rEFInd switches
  193. # to text mode and displays basic pre-launch information when launching
  194. # all OSes except macOS. Using graphics mode can produce a more seamless
  195. # transition, but displays no information, which can make matters
  196. # difficult if you must debug a problem. Also, on at least one known
  197. # computer, using graphics mode prevents a crash when using the Linux
  198. # kernel's EFI stub loader. You can specify an empty list to boot all
  199. # OSes in text mode.
  200. # Valid options:
  201. #   osx     - macOS
  202. #   linux   - A Linux kernel with EFI stub loader
  203. #   elilo   - The ELILO boot loader
  204. #   grub    - The GRUB (Legacy or 2) boot loader
  205. #   windows - Microsoft Windows
  206. # Default value: osx
  207. #
  208. # Which non-bootloader tools to show on the tools line, and in what
  209. # order to display them:
  210. #  shell            - the EFI shell (requires external program; see rEFInd
  211. #                     documentation for details)
  212. #  memtest          - the memtest86 program, in EFI/tools, EFI/memtest86,
  213. #                     EFI/memtest, EFI/tools/memtest86, or EFI/tools/memtest
  214. #  gptsync          - the (dangerous) gptsync.efi utility (requires external
  215. #                     program; see rEFInd documentation for details)
  216. #  gdisk            - the gdisk partitioning program
  217. #  apple_recovery   - boots the Apple Recovery HD partition, if present
  218. #  windows_recovery - boots an OEM Windows recovery tool, if present
  219. #                     (see also the windows_recovery_files option)
  220. #  mok_tool         - makes available the Machine Owner Key (MOK) maintenance
  221. #                     tool, MokManager.efi, used on Secure Boot systems
  222. #  csr_rotate       - adjusts Apple System Integrity Protection (SIP)
  223. #                     policy. Requires "csr_values" to be set.
  224. #  about            - an "about this program" option
  225. #  hidden_tags      - manage hidden tags
  226. #  exit             - a tag to exit from rEFInd
  227. #  shutdown         - shuts down the computer (a bug causes this to reboot
  228. #                     many UEFI systems)
  229. #  reboot           - a tag to reboot the computer
  230. #  firmware         - a tag to reboot the computer into the firmware's
  231. #                     user interface (ignored on older computers)
  232. #  fwupdate         - a tag to update the firmware; launches the fwupx64.efi
  233. #                     (or similar) program
  234. #  netboot          - launch the ipxe.efi tool for network (PXE) booting
  235. # Default is shell,memtest,gdisk,apple_recovery,windows_recovery,mok_tool,about,hidden_tags,shutdown,reboot,firmware,fwupdate
  236. #
  237. #showtools shell, gdisk, memtest, mok_tool, apple_recovery, windows_recovery, about, hidden_tags, reboot, exit, firmware, fwupdate
  238. # Tool binaries to be excluded from the tools line, even if the
  239. # general class is specified in showtools. This enables trimming an
  240. # overabundance of tools, as when you see multiple mok_tool entries
  241. # after installing multiple Linux distributions.
  242. # Just as with dont_scan_files, you can specify a filename alone, a
  243. # full pathname, or a volume identifier (filesystem label, partition
  244. # name, or partition GUID) and a full pathname.
  245. # Default is an empty list (nothing is excluded)
  246. #
  247. #dont_scan_tools ESP2:/EFI/ubuntu/mmx64.efi,gptsync_x64.efi
  248. # Boot loaders that can launch a Windows restore or emergency system.
  249. # These tend to be OEM-specific.
  250. # Default is LRS_ESP:/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/LrsBootmgr.efi
  251. #
  252. #windows_recovery_files LRS_ESP:/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/LrsBootmgr.efi
  253. # Directories in which to search for EFI drivers. These drivers can
  254. # provide filesystem support, give access to hard disks on plug-in
  255. # controllers, etc. In most cases none are needed, but if you add
  256. # EFI drivers and you want rEFInd to automatically load them, you
  257. # should specify one or more paths here. rEFInd always scans the
  258. # "drivers" and "drivers_{arch}" subdirectories of its own installation
  259. # directory (where "{arch}" is your architecture code); this option
  260. # specifies ADDITIONAL directories to scan.
  261. # Default is to scan no additional directories for EFI drivers
  262. #
  263. #scan_driver_dirs EFI/tools/drivers,drivers
  264. # Which types of boot loaders to search, and in what order to display them:
  265. #  internal      - internal EFI disk-based boot loaders
  266. #  external      - external EFI disk-based boot loaders
  267. #  optical       - EFI optical discs (CD, DVD, etc.)
  268. #  netboot       - EFI network (PXE) boot options
  269. #  hdbios        - BIOS disk-based boot loaders
  270. #  biosexternal  - BIOS external boot loaders (USB, eSATA, etc.)
  271. #  cd            - BIOS optical-disc boot loaders
  272. #  manual        - use stanzas later in this configuration file
  273. # Note that the legacy BIOS options require firmware support, which is
  274. # not present on all computers.
  275. # The netboot option is experimental and relies on the ipxe.efi and
  276. # ipxe_discover.efi program files.
  277. # On UEFI PCs, default is internal,external,optical,manual
  278. # On Macs, default is internal,hdbios,external,biosexternal,optical,cd,manual
  279. #
  280. # By default, rEFInd relies on the UEFI firmware to detect BIOS-mode boot
  281. # devices. This sometimes doesn't detect all the available devices, though.
  282. # For these cases, uefi_deep_legacy_scan results in a forced scan and
  283. # modification of NVRAM variables on each boot. Adding "0", "off", or
  284. # "false" resets to the default value. This token has no effect on Macs or
  285. # when no BIOS-mode options are set via scanfor.
  286. # Default is unset (or "uefi_deep_legacy_scan false")
  287. #
  288. #uefi_deep_legacy_scan
  289. # Delay for the specified number of seconds before scanning disks.
  290. # This can help some users who find that some of their disks
  291. # (usually external or optical discs) aren't detected initially,
  292. # but are detected after pressing Esc.
  293. # The default is 0.
  294. #
  295. #scan_delay 5
  296. # When scanning volumes for EFI boot loaders, rEFInd always looks for
  297. # macOS's and Microsoft Windows' boot loaders in their normal locations,
  298. # and scans the root directory and every subdirectory of the /EFI directory
  299. # for additional boot loaders, but it doesn't recurse into these directories.
  300. # The also_scan_dirs token adds more directories to the scan list.
  301. # Directories are specified relative to the volume's root directory. This
  302. # option applies to ALL the volumes that rEFInd scans UNLESS you include
  303. # a volume name and colon before the directory name, as in "myvol:/somedir"
  304. # to scan the somedir directory only on the filesystem named myvol. If a
  305. # specified directory doesn't exist, it's ignored (no error condition
  306. # results). The default is to scan the "boot" directory in addition to
  307. # various hard-coded directories.
  308. #
  309. #also_scan_dirs boot,ESP2:EFI/linux/kernels
  310. # Partitions (or whole disks, for legacy-mode boots) to omit from scans.
  311. # For EFI-mode scans, you normally specify a volume by its label, which you
  312. # can obtain in an EFI shell by typing "vol", from Linux by typing
  313. # "blkid /dev/{devicename}", or by examining the disk's label in various
  314. # OSes' file browsers. It's also possible to identify a partition by its
  315. # unique GUID (aka its "PARTUUID" in Linux parlance). (Note that this is
  316. # NOT the partition TYPE CODE GUID.) This identifier can be obtained via
  317. # "blkid" in Linux or "diskutil info {partition-id}" in macOS.
  318. # For legacy-mode scans, you can specify any subset of the boot loader
  319. # description shown when you highlight the option in rEFInd.
  320. # The default is "LRS_ESP".
  321. #
  322. #dont_scan_volumes "Recovery HD"
  323. # Directories that should NOT be scanned for boot loaders. By default,
  324. # rEFInd doesn't scan its own directory, the EFI/tools directory, the
  325. # EFI/memtest directory, the EFI/memtest86 directory, or the
  326. # com.apple.recovery.boot directory. Using the dont_scan_dirs option
  327. # enables you to "blacklist" other directories; but be sure to use "+"
  328. # as the first element if you want to continue blacklisting existing
  329. # directories. You might use this token to keep EFI/boot/bootx64.efi out
  330. # of the menu if that's a duplicate of another boot loader or to exclude
  331. # a directory that holds drivers or non-bootloader utilities provided by
  332. # a hardware manufacturer. If a directory is listed both here and in
  333. # also_scan_dirs, dont_scan_dirs takes precedence. Note that this
  334. # blacklist applies to ALL the filesystems that rEFInd scans, not just
  335. # the ESP, unless you precede the directory name by a filesystem name or
  336. # partition unique GUID, as in "myvol:EFI/somedir" to exclude EFI/somedir
  337. # from the scan on the myvol volume but not on other volumes.
  338. #
  339. #dont_scan_dirs ESP:/EFI/boot,EFI/Dell,EFI/memtest86
  340. # Files that should NOT be included as EFI boot loaders (on the
  341. # first line of the display). If you're using a boot loader that
  342. # relies on support programs or drivers that are installed alongside
  343. # the main binary or if you want to "blacklist" certain loaders by
  344. # name rather than location, use this option. Note that this will
  345. # NOT prevent certain binaries from showing up in the second-row
  346. # set of tools. Most notably, various Secure Boot and recovery
  347. # tools are present in this list, but may appear as second-row
  348. # items.
  349. # The file may be specified as a bare name (e.g., "notme.efi"), as
  350. # a complete pathname (e.g., "/EFI/somedir/notme.efi"), or as a
  351. # complete pathname with volume (e.g., "SOMEDISK:/EFI/somedir/notme.efi"
  352. # or 2C17D5ED-850D-4F76-BA31-47A561740082:/EFI/somedir/notme.efi").
  353. # OS tags hidden via the Delete or '-' key in the rEFInd menu are
  354. # added to this list, but stored in NVRAM.
  355. # The default is shim.efi,shim-fedora.efi,shimx64.efi,PreLoader.efi,
  356. # TextMode.efi,ebounce.efi,GraphicsConsole.efi,MokManager.efi,HashTool.efi,
  357. # HashTool-signed.efi,bootmgr.efi,fb{arch}.efi
  358. # (where "{arch}" is the architecture code, like "x64").
  359. #
  360. #dont_scan_files shim.efi,MokManager.efi
  361. # Scan for Linux kernels that lack a ".efi" filename extension. This is
  362. # useful for better integration with Linux distributions that provide
  363. # kernels with EFI stub loaders but that don't give those kernels filenames
  364. # that end in ".efi", particularly if the kernels are stored on a
  365. # filesystem that the EFI can read. When set to "1", "true", or "on", this
  366. # option causes all files in scanned directories with names that begin with
  367. # "vmlinuz" or "bzImage" to be included as loaders, even if they lack ".efi"
  368. # extensions. Passing this option a "0", "false", or "off" value causes
  369. # kernels without ".efi" extensions to NOT be scanned.
  370. # Default is "true" -- to scan for kernels without ".efi" extensions.
  371. #
  372. #scan_all_linux_kernels false
  373. # Combine all Linux kernels in a given directory into a single entry.
  374. # When so set, the kernel with the most recent time stamp will be launched
  375. # by default, and its filename will appear in the entry's description.
  376. # To launch other kernels, the user must press F2 or Insert; alternate
  377. # kernels then appear as options on the sub-menu.
  378. # Default is "true" -- kernels are "folded" into a single menu entry.
  379. #
  380. #fold_linux_kernels false
  381. # Comma-delimited list of strings to treat as if they were numbers for the
  382. # purpose of kernel version number detection. These strings are matched on a
  383. # first-found basis; that is, if you want to treat both "linux-lts" and
  384. # "linux" as version strings, they MUST be specified as "linux-lts,linux",
  385. # since if you specify it the other way, both vmlinuz-linux and
  386. # vmlinuz-linux-lts will return with "linux" as the "version string," which
  387. # is not what you'd want. Also, if the kernel or initrd file includes both a
  388. # specified string and digits, the "version string" includes both. For
  389. # instance, "vmlinuz-linux-4.8" would yield a version string of "linux-4.8".
  390. # This option is intended for Arch and other distributions that don't include
  391. # version numbers in their kernel filenames, but may provide other uniquely
  392. # identifying strings for multiple kernels. If this feature causes problems
  393. # (say, if your kernel filename includes "linux" but the initrd filename
  394. # doesn't), be sure this is set to an empty string
  395. # (extra_kernel_version_strings "") or comment out the option to disable it.
  396. # Default is no extra version strings
  397. #
  398. #extra_kernel_version_strings linux-lts,linux
  399. # Set the maximum number of tags that can be displayed on the screen at
  400. # any time. If more loaders are discovered than this value, rEFInd shows
  401. # a subset in a scrolling list. If this value is set too high for the
  402. # screen to handle, it's reduced to the value that the screen can manage.
  403. # If this value is set to 0 (the default), it's adjusted to the number
  404. # that the screen can handle.
  405. #
  406. #max_tags 0
  407. # Set the default menu selection.  The available arguments match the
  408. # keyboard accelerators available within rEFInd.  You may select the
  409. # default loader using:
  410. #  - A digit between 1 and 9, in which case the Nth loader in the menu
  411. #    will be the default.
  412. #  - A "+" symbol at the start of the string, which refers to the most
  413. #    recently booted loader.
  414. #  - Any substring that corresponds to a portion of the loader's title
  415. #    (usually the OS's name, boot loader's path, or a volume or
  416. #    filesystem title).
  417. # You may also specify multiple selectors by separating them with commas
  418. # and enclosing the list in quotes. (The "+" option is only meaningful in
  419. # this context.)
  420. # If you follow the selector(s) with two times, in 24-hour format, the
  421. # default will apply only between those times. The times are in the
  422. # motherboard's time standard, whether that's UTC or local time, so if
  423. # you use UTC, you'll need to adjust this from local time manually.
  424. # Times may span midnight as in "23:30 00:30", which applies to 11:30 PM
  425. # to 12:30 AM. You may specify multiple default_selection lines, in which
  426. # case the last one to match takes precedence. Thus, you can set a main
  427. # option without a time followed by one or more that include times to
  428. # set different defaults for different times of day.
  429. # The default behavior is to boot the previously-booted OS.
  430. #
  431. #default_selection 1
  432. #default_selection Microsoft
  433. #default_selection "+,bzImage,vmlinuz"
  434. #default_selection Maintenance 23:30 2:00
  435. #default_selection "Maintenance,macOS" 1:00 2:30
  436. # Enable VMX bit and lock the CPU MSR if unlocked.
  437. # On some Intel Apple computers, the firmware does not lock the MSR 0x3A.
  438. # The symptom on Windows is Hyper-V not working even if the CPU
  439. # meets the minimum requirements (HW assisted virtualization and SLAT)
  440. # DO NOT SET THIS EXCEPT ON INTEL CPUs THAT SUPPORT VMX! See
  441. # http://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/Activating_the_Intel_VT_Virtualization_Feature!
  442. # for more on this subject.
  443. # The default is false: Don't try to enable and lock the MSR.
  444. #
  445. #enable_and_lock_vmx false
  446. # Tell a Mac's EFI that macOS is about to be launched, even when it's not.
  447. # This option causes some Macs to initialize their hardware differently than
  448. # when a third-party OS is launched normally. In some cases (particularly on
  449. # Macs with multiple video cards), using this option can cause hardware to
  450. # work that would not otherwise work. On the other hand, using this option
  451. # when it is not necessary can cause hardware (such as keyboards and mice) to
  452. # become inaccessible. Therefore, you should not enable this option if your
  453. # non-Apple OSes work correctly; enable it only if you have problems with
  454. # some hardware devices. When needed, a value of "10.9" usually works, but
  455. # you can experiment with other values. This feature has no effect on
  456. # non-Apple computers.
  457. # The default is inactive (no macOS spoofing is done).
  458. #
  459. #spoof_osx_version 10.9
  460. # Set the CSR values for Apple's System Integrity Protection (SIP) feature.
  461. # Values are one-byte (two-character) hexadecimal numbers. These values
  462. # define which specific security features are enabled. Below are the codes
  463. # for what the values mean. Add them up (in hexadecimal!) to set new values.
  464. # Apple's "csrutil enable" and "csrutil disable" commands set values of 10
  465. # and 77, respectively.
  466. #   CSR_ALLOW_UNTRUSTED_KEXTS       0x01
  467. #   CSR_ALLOW_UNRESTRICTED_FS       0x02
  468. #   CSR_ALLOW_TASK_FOR_PID          0x04
  469. #   CSR_ALLOW_KERNEL_DEBUGGER       0x08
  470. #   CSR_ALLOW_APPLE_INTERNAL        0x10
  471. #   CSR_ALLOW_UNRESTRICTED_DTRACE   0x20
  472. #   CSR_ALLOW_UNRESTRICTED_NVRAM    0x40
  473. #
  474. #csr_values 10,77
  475. # Include a secondary configuration file within this one. This secondary
  476. # file is loaded as if its options appeared at the point of the "include"
  477. # token itself, so if you want to override a setting in the main file,
  478. # the secondary file must be referenced AFTER the setting you want to
  479. # override. Note that the secondary file may NOT load a tertiary file.
  480. #
  481. #include manual.conf
  482. # Sample manual configuration stanzas. Each begins with the "menuentry"
  483. # keyword followed by a name that's to appear in the menu (use quotes
  484. # if you want the name to contain a space) and an open curly brace
  485. # ("{"). Each entry ends with a close curly brace ("}"). Common
  486. # keywords within each stanza include:
  487. #
  488. #  volume    - identifies the filesystem from which subsequent files
  489. #              are loaded. You can specify the volume by filesystem
  490. #              label, by partition label, or by partition GUID number
  491. #              (but NOT yet by filesystem UUID number).
  492. #  loader    - identifies the boot loader file
  493. #  initrd    - Specifies an initial RAM disk file
  494. #  icon      - specifies a custom boot loader icon
  495. #  ostype    - OS type code to determine boot options available by
  496. #              pressing Insert. Valid values are "MacOS", "Linux",
  497. #              "Windows", and "XOM". Case-sensitive.
  498. #  graphics  - set to "on" to enable graphics-mode boot (useful
  499. #              mainly for MacOS) or "off" for text-mode boot.
  500. #              Default is auto-detected from loader filename.
  501. #  options   - sets options to be passed to the boot loader; use
  502. #              quotes if more than one option should be passed or
  503. #              if any options use characters that might be changed
  504. #              by rEFInd parsing procedures (=, /, #, or tab).
  505. #  disabled  - use alone or set to "yes" to disable this entry.
  506. #
  507. # Note that you can use either DOS/Windows/EFI-style backslashes (\)
  508. # or Unix-style forward slashes (/) as directory separators. Either
  509. # way, all file references are on the ESP from which rEFInd was
  510. # launched.
  511. # Use of quotes around parameters causes them to be interpreted as
  512. # one keyword, and for parsing of special characters (spaces, =, /,
  513. # and #) to be disabled. This is useful mainly with the "options"
  514. # keyword. Use of quotes around parameters that specify filenames is
  515. # permissible, but you must then use backslashes instead of slashes,
  516. # except when you must pass a forward slash to the loader, as when
  517. # passing a root= option to a Linux kernel.
  518. # Like the ELILO entry, this one offers nothing that auto-detection
  519. # can't do; but you might use it if you want to disable auto-detection
  520. # but still boot Windows....
  521. # Below is a more complex Linux example, specifically for Arch Linux.
  522. # This example MUST be modified for your specific installation; if nothing
  523. # else, the PARTUUID code must be changed for your disk. Because Arch Linux
  524. # does not include version numbers in its kernel and initrd filenames, you
  525. # may need to use manual boot stanzas when using fallback initrds or
  526. # multiple kernels with Arch. This example is modified from one in the Arch
  527. # wiki page on rEFInd (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/rEFInd).
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