On 05/10/2012 09:34 PM, Chris Murphy wrote:
On May 10, 2012, at 8:56 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
> I'd say almost certainly yes. AIUI on any EFI system
there's only ever a
> reason to have _one_ EFI system partition.
mactel-boot in effect creates an HFS+ /boot/efi partition, and does
not use the existing
FAT32 EFI System partition. So there are already two for Macs. But I'll take it to
that anaconda should be able to identify and reuse a pre-existing HFS+ /boot/efi
instead of creating another one.
Anaconda claims that the natural sharing of EFI System Partition
across multiple OS is not supported, neither for Install nor for Update:
"EFI install from DVD forgets previous EFI boot"
"As far as sharing the same /boot/efi directory between installs, we don't
support that -- a new copy of the grub.efi binary is written as well as a new