I'd think that grub2 and grub2-efi should be marked as conflict with each
1) They put some common scripts into /etc/grub.d and /sbin with same
names although some grub2-efi scripts start with prefix 'grub2-efi'.
2) Remove either grub2 or grub2-efi would affect another.
Another little bug about grub2-efi:
Some scripts from grub2-efi take wrong sed regex when transforming commands,
eg. /etc/grub.d/00_header. When I try to execute 'grub2-efi-mkconfig -o
/boot/grub2-efi/grub.cfg', '00_header' from grub2-efi would transform
'grub-*' commands to 'grub2-*' rather than 'grub2-efi-*'.
HuBei Polytechnic Institute
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