Bash has built-in support for extensive PS1 prompt customization and as a result many people customize their shell prompts. There is no equivalent built-in support for PS1 customization in ksh93 but such support can easily be added using discipline functions.
In this blog post, I examine and discuss the contents of a TPM2 ACPI table and provide the source code for a simple UEFI shell utility to print out the contents of this table.
This is the first in a series of posts which demonstrate how to access, use and modify TPM 1.2 and TPM 2.0 resources via a series of UEFI shell applications.
In this blog post, I show you how to build the listmsdm utility, which I first published in a February 2015 blog post, in the UDK2015 (UEFI Development Kit, 2015) environment.
This post shows you how to write a UEFI shell utility which lists the EFI configuration table entries.