SFOTT | running it from the booted key

Concerning Sfott, I’m trying to get it showing up in the menu, for now I didn’t succeed.
But I succeeded to launch it from the Terminal.
I’m now working on it so we can call it from the Terminal when booted form the key with a command like “sfott”.

It is not user friendly enough so I’m working on it.

Also we’re calling excutables that are not in the Base System key at all,
So I’ll have to add a new function to copy them.
mainly concerned are
/usr/bin/arch ; /usr/bin/osascript ; and I’d like to copy “open” and “which” command too.

I’ll go and test so we can call Sfott from the booted key. and that be able to patch again the installed System with boot.efi in case an other Update changes the boot.efi as With Apple we never know :)
Note that 10.9.1 Update went smooth and I had no errors on a Macpro1,1. Cf here :

E? ce qui concerne Sfott, j’essaie de le montrer dans le menu lorsque l’on est booté à partir de la clé. pour le moment pas réussi.
EN revanche on peut l’appeler et il se lance “sans pb”.
j en’ai pas tenté d’aller plusloin car il manque des executables tels que /usr/bin/arch ; /usr/bin/osascript ; donc cela ne sert à rien d’aller plus loin. une fois que ce sera plus “propre” et “User friendly” je ferai une commande “sfott” que l’on pourra appeler du Terminal et qui lancera le programme. Ceci en prévision que si un probleme arrive avec le boot.efi on puisse repatcher le systeme, avec Apple on se jamais quelle surprise peut arriver lors d’un prochaine MàJ.

10.9.1 s’est bien passé et je n’ai pas eu d’erreurs sur un MacPro1,1. Cf ici :


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