adds an option -c to use default configfile /etc/nvram-
also adds an option -a which takes argument
DDHHMMSS , day hour minute second
to boot up at specified time,
also takes the arguments 0 to the day, which boots
every day.. i have not done complete testing of it yet
and have not the time to do so, it seems to work for
me and thats all i care about. i take no
responsibility if it wont work for others, if it
breaks your bios, or if it drinks all your beer.
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