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iMac - setting nvram variables


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Hello, I have an early iMac G5. When I pass nvram -p I get the expected output. The question I have is about a line that says oem-logo? false. What will happen If I change this to true and how do I do it and is it even possible? Also, I am not sure I am asking in the right sub forum so mods, please move as neccessary.
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