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[efi] Provide access to files stored on EFI filesystems
Provide access to local files via the "file://" URI scheme. There are three syntaxes: - An opaque URI with a relative path (e.g. "file:script.ipxe"). This will be interpreted as a path relative to the iPXE binary. - A hierarchical URI with a non-network absolute path (e.g. "file:/boot/script.ipxe"). This will be interpreted as a path relative to the root of the filesystem from which the iPXE binary was loaded. - A hierarchical URI with a network path in which the authority is a volume label (e.g. "file://bootdisk/script.ipxe"). This will be interpreted as a path relative to the root of the filesystem with the specified volume label. Note that the potentially desirable shell mappings (e.g. "fs0:" and "blk0:") are concepts internal to the UEFI shell binary, and do not seem to be exposed in any way to external executables. The old EFI_SHELL_PROTOCOL (which did provide access to these mappings) is no longer installed by current versions of the UEFI shell. Signed-off-by: Michael Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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