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Utilizzando Clover come bootloader al suo interno troviamo il file di configurazione detto config.plist

Il config.plist deve essere messo in EFI/Clover/

Il file di configurazione è scritto in XML, ma può essere utile per vederlo come file di testo.
Può essere modificato da semplici editor di testo o editor plist.

In alternativa agli editor si può utilizzare questa app Clover Configurator semplice e bella dalla grafica.

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Aprite Clover Configurator e vi chiederà di montare la partizione EFI cliccate Mount EFI partition

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Mettiamo la password

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Troviamo la EFI sulla scrivania


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Cicchiamo Open Partition

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EFI/Clover/config.plist

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File/Import Configuration/EFI/Clover/config.plist

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Il config.plist è caricato adesso possiamo fare le modifiche al file di configurazione.

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Download : http://mackie100.webwacemaster.altervista.org/#

Struttura del config.plist : http://clover-wiki.zetam.org/Configuration

Fabio

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