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Re: Bootable USB Buster System

deloptes wrote:

> Just did this yesterday on a RHEL server - it actually doesn't matter what
> linux is there. It all works the  same way.
> I used EFI so I setup GPT and created the 3 partitions marking the first
> (EFI) as bootable.
> Format all as required and mount for example
> mount /dev/sdd2 /mnt/target
> mount /dev/sdd1 /mnt/target/boot/efi
> mount /dev/sdd3 /mnt/target/home
> After this I copied all the required content to those partitions.
> Adjust the /etc/fstab (use UUIDs - this is the most important part)

Perhaps I should add that I usually debootstrap debian at this step.

> blkid /dev/sda1 etc to get the UUID
> Run grub-install --root.... --boot-efi ... /dev/sdd and so on.
> Double check /mnt/target/boot/grub.conf it must have your root UUID
> Double check /mnt/target/boot/efi/EFI/redhat/grub.conf it must have your
> root UUID

don't know how it looks like with debian and EFI - it is still on my todo

> Rebooted and voila it works.
> regards

Perhaps I should write a howto as I see +1 interested

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