As far as I know I don't think it will.
Since you are interrupting the kernel boot process after control has already been passed
to the kernel from the UEFI, I don't think it should have an effect. But my current
machine is still booting via legacy mode so I currently don't have a way to test it.
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Hi Curt, we'll look at this as a pitch/draft next meeting. One thing I
wanted to ask -- does Secure Boot affect this process at all? I don't
think so, but it would help if you could confirm that on some
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