[syslinux] EFI32, EFI64 on one disk
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Thu May 2 14:43:10 PDT 2019
A: Because it fouls the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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> PATH relative / absolute ?
> If I set
> PATH x86 -> /EFI/BOOT/x86 is search path ?
> What is the prefix for PATH <dir> ?
Unfortunately, one of the problems with the PATH directive is that it
is buggy. I would suggest using relative paths in it when it is
possible, since absolute paths are parsed inadequately by this
directive (until someone will care to solve the bug(s), or, better yet,
to implement a new, different, better directive, as has been proposed
in the past).
Depending on the particular case/need, using absolute paths in the PATH
directive might (by chance) be useful anyway.
Example, using relative notation:
# If "/EFI/BOOT/" is the current working directory, then
# would point to "/EFI/BOOT/X86/"
> Which files are search in the PATH ?
> Only *.c32 or also other one ?
As mentioned in the wiki more than once, the PATH directive is relevant
for c32 modules, and only for them.
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