I'd like to be able to reboot into the Boot Camp partition without needing to go change the Startup Disk in System Preferences or holding down the Option key at startup.
After reading some stuff on the Internet, I tried these shell commands:
sudo bless --mount /Volumes/BOOTCAMP --setBoot
sudo shutdown -r now
When the system restarted, it sat on the blank gray screen for a while, then booted into Mac OS X. If I go into System Preferences -> Startup Disk, it indicates that BOOTCAMP is the current startup disk.
So, it looks to me like the
bless command I used isn't sufficient. Anybody know what I need to do to make this work, or an alternative way to use a shell script or AppleScript to do this?