I would like to know how to add Ubuntu to the Windows 8 Boot Menu using bcdedit.
I have UEFI with secure boot enabled and both OS's can be booted from the UEFI boot menu by pressing F9.
I also have GPT hard-drive partitioning.
Please do not suggest adding windows to grub as I have already done this, windows every now and again whilst updating will change the default boot manager back to the Windows one. I know there is a work around to stop windows from doing this but I'm not interested in that as it is a messy hack.
Also dont't suggest EasyBCD or Visual BCD because these programs do not work with GPT yet (as far as I'm aware).
So the only route I think I can take is to manually enter the information into the BCD store (which is now in the unmapped EFI partition) using bcdedit but i'm not sure how to do this. I did get this working once before by copying the windows boot MANAGER entry and editing it for Ubuntu, but when i tried to do that again it didn'twork so i must be missing something.