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post #1 of 4
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NVRAM Settings

OK, I know how to set some nvram args like this:


sudo nvram boot-args="-v"


...But how can I list ALL the nvram settings to look at and study?

There must be a way to "dump" them to stndard output or a text file, right?
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post #2 of 4
sudo nvram -p maybe?

use the manual pages, man nvram
post #3 of 4
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Quote:
Originally posted by chych
sudo nvram -p maybe?

use the manual pages, man nvram

input-device-1 scca
output-device-1 scca
diag-device enet
use-nvramrc? false
real-mode? false
default-client-ip
default-mac-address? false
boot-command mac-boot
default-server-ip
default-subnet-mask
mouse-device mouse
default-gateway-ip
default-router-ip
input-device keyboard
output-device screen
boot-device /pci@f4000000/firewire@e/@1d20000000151/@c000/@0:9,\\\\:tbxi
screen-#columns 100
auto-boot? true
oem-logo? false
pci-probe-mask -1
diag-file ,diags
boot-screen
oem-banner
scroll-lock true
load-base 0x800000
selftest-#megs 0
real-base -1
oem-logo
little-endian? false
boots-args -v
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Quote:
Originally posted by dstranathan
input-device-1 scca
output-device-1 scca
diag-device enet
use-nvramrc? false
real-mode? false
default-client-ip
default-mac-address? false
boot-command mac-boot
default-server-ip
default-subnet-mask
mouse-device mouse
default-gateway-ip
default-router-ip
input-device keyboard
output-device screen
boot-device /pci@f4000000/firewire@e/@1d20000000151/@c000/@0:9,\\\\:tbxi
screen-#columns 100
auto-boot? true
oem-logo? false
pci-probe-mask -1
diag-file ,diags
boot-screen
oem-banner
scroll-lock true
load-base 0x800000
selftest-#megs 0
real-base -1
oem-logo
little-endian? false
boots-args -v


Is this the equivelent to a PCs BIOS CMOS contents?
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