NVRAM Settings

Posted:
in Genius Bar edited January 2014
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?

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 3
    chychchych Posts: 860member
    sudo nvram -p maybe?



    use the manual pages, man nvram
  • Reply 2 of 3
    dstranathandstranathan Posts: 1,717member
    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
  • Reply 3 of 3
    dstranathandstranathan Posts: 1,717member
    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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