Is there such a thing as a Windows Boot Configuration Data (BCD) viewer for Linux?
I understand that BCD files are 'like registry hives' and tools exist to read registry hives for Linux.
Is there a way to see the contents, the list of partitions etc, that a BCD file contains? It used to be easy with
boot.ini files but not anymore!
My use case is this: I have a hidden partition that is not accessible from Windows (it's a system partition) and I want to read the BCD file it has. On the same system, both that partition and the Windows boot partition have boot managers and BCD files and I'm trying to sort this out (and dual-boot Linux eventually).