Re: regenerating /boot/efi/debian/
El 13/12/16 a las 09:50, Jack Howarth escribió:
During my struggles to get a bootable linux installed on a
MacBook Pro 2,1 which has EFI-32 firmware, I discover that the
debian-8.6.0-amd64-i386-netinst.iso multi-arch installer was the only
Linux distribution capable of achieving this.
I would like to understand better why you insist on your
update-efi-booter script. ( As I'm asking about Debian specifically I
will CC debian-efi mailing list here. On other Super Grub2 Disk related
stuff I tend to remove debian-efi mailing list from CC so that I don't
pollute it with offtopic. )
Can you please describe:
* How you managed to boot debian-8.6.0-amd64-i386-netinst.iso on your
Mac Book Pro ( MBP 2,1 ) ? Did you do a DD equivalent and put the ISO
into a USB? Did you do anything else?
* I guess once Debian installation disk had boot you just did a normal
installation. Any specific steps on the installation related to
boot/grub that you did?
* Once you installed it thanks to Debian installer did it boot right
away? Or did you have to do additional steps for it to boot? Which ones
were those ones?
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