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Henry david Thoreau This is a book about a computer program that was never intended to be what it is. It was never intended to see a customer. It became pop ular enough that, in the eyes of many, it was EFI. It was not, and it is not. The shell is, in many ways, simply another operating system that sits on top of efi In the next few years of"add what we need"the shell became more and more valuable Badly suffering from too many hands and not enough guidance, it became complex enough to warrant serious effort, a seriously out of control adolescent if there ever was one.
In the end, it has become valuable enough to warrant the creation of an industry specification and adoption throughout the industry. It is becoming a basis of computer component validation, computer validation, and manufacturing, system testing, and applications.
Yet, it is in many ways a throwback to at least what now seems a much simpler time, say or so. The second part of the book reviews some of the ways the uefi Shell is used today, ranging from manufacturing Chapter 5 provisioning Chapter 6 , configuration management Chapters 7 , and diagnostics Chapter 8 The third part of the book reviews useful tips for batch script program ming Chapter 9 and application programming Chapter Chapter 11 discusses Preface how the shell can be useful to debug ueFi drivers, ironically the shells original pur- pose.
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