~nabijaczleweli/klapki

5beafcc9e5319f15860d7a2a338ae31002248949 — наб 3 months ago d34d9e4
I use this on my laptop with SecureBoot
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@@ 11,8 11,7 @@ You need to boot Linux somehow,
but you [don't really need](//git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/plain/Documentation/admin-guide/efi-stub.rst?h=v5.8)
any EFI-side code to do it if you configure your kernel right and have something tell the firmware about it. This is that something.

klapki stores neither code nor data (well, except the kernel and initrds) on the ESP
(which I think makes it secure-boot-compatible, but I haven't managed to ever use secure boot yet, so)
klapki stores neither code nor data (well, except the kernel and initrds) on the ESP, making it SecureBoot-compatible out-of-box,
and instead generates entries for the host's kernels and manages them during their lifetime from the host itself.

Because of this, entries for each host can be trivially placed anywhere in the boot order (in the screenshot they're at `{bootpos 1}`, preceded by the "zoot" entry).