[edk2] Disconnecting a built-in FAT driver and using another one

Subject: [edk2] Disconnecting a built-in FAT driver and using another one

From: Charles Ricardo Staub <charles.staub@gmail.com>

To: edk2-devel <edk2-devel@lists.sourceforge.net>

Date: 2013-08-02 22:11:06


I have an UEFI system with a built-in FAT driver, and I=92d like to
manually load another FAT driver (with some changes) to test a
particular scenario. I loaded a new FAT driver (w/o changes at this
time, just using the original Fat.efi driver from FatPkg),
disconnected and unloaded the built-in driver, connected the new one,
mounted/mapped file systems, but I couldn't make it work. I was not
able to perform a simple directory list.
I=92m not sure if it is possible to do what I described above, but if
so, I=92d like to know what are the steps I need to perform to
disconnect my built-in driver and use the new one.

Thanks in advance,

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