Re: MacBook boot.
On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 07:18:30AM +0000, stefano gozzi wrote:
> I think you'll need a jessie 64bit, that contains uefi bootable, i don't
> think that a squeeze supports that (even a wheezy, i think). For any
I can confirm that. I recently installed jessie on an ECS Liva that
uses UEFI. I had found this before I did:
It is less than a month old and the changes are for Jessie, which just
I had to "force UEFI boot" in the jessie installer (not the default)
and create an EFI partition, separate from / and > 27MB (IIRC).
Before I did that, the system wouldn't boot from the SSD.
Can't comment on Apple HW as I won't go near it.
> persistent installation you'll need refit bootmanager (tested with triple
> For a fixed "only linux" boot, if you just want to use debian instead of
> osx, you'll have to "bless" the partition (my actual configuration) with
> osx dvd repair console, otherwise mac hardware wait 1 minute (white
> screen) searching for an osx partition...
> Il giorno gio 23 apr 2015 alle ore 08:28 Jonny Bowes
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto:
> HI Guys
> Could someone please tell me how I can set debian to boot from EFI. I
> have created a bootable usb with squeeze 6.0.10 amd64 iso, but whenever
> I restart my MacBook and hold the option key all I see is my osx
> installation. I can confirm that the usb boots to debain fine as I have
> been able to confirm this via another non Mac laptop.
> Your help will be much appreciated.