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Re: Debian Installer use GPT partition but Uboot does not recognize it ?

On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 10:28:00PM +0100, Francois Lorrain wrote:
> I tried to re-install debian on an internal 2.5" drive but it seems
> the installer partition the drive using a GPT partition with type "ee"
> If I start the Debian installation which is on the external SATA
> drive, it works and it can see the data on the internal 2.5" drive.
> But the Uboot does not understand the "ee" partition and I cannot boot
> into my newly installed system ...
> I think I partitionned the external SATA drive on a PC before I
> innstalled debian on it.
> Am I missing something with Uboot ?
> Marvell>> version
> U-Boot 1.1.4 (Oct 27 2009 - 21:57:24) Marvell version: 3.4.19

A coworker of mine wrote EFI GPT support for uboot, but it should be
in 1.3.x not 1.1.4.  We are certainly using it.

Len Sorensen

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