On 10/2/18 5:46 pm, Samuel Sieb wrote:
On 02/09/2018 09:40 AM, Rick Stevens wrote:
> IIRC, /boot/efi/* is created by the initial anaconda install sequence
> and is in place in case you use UEFI at some point in the future. Since
> it's only about 15MB in size, it's pretty innocuous and I wouldn't
> worry about it. Ubuntu's install mechanism isn't the same and it
> probably doesn't create that directory unless it notices you are in UEFI
> boot mode at the time of install.
What's in yours? Are any of the files owned? Mine is just an empty
directory tree to /boot/efi/EFI/fedora/. I just checked further and
that directory is owned by grub-common, but not the parent directories.
I've just checked my efi directory, and /boot/efi is owned by 'root', as
are directories /boot/efi/EFI and /boot/efi/System and file
/boot/efi/mach_kernel. Drilling a little bit further directories
/boot/efi/EFI/BOOT and /boot/efi/EFI/fedora are also owned by root, as
is directory /boot/efi/System/Library, so I'm assuming everything is.
I'm not concerned so much by the space that structure is using, but more
just querying why it is there, and, if I happen to delete that structure
will that cause any problems, or, if I do delete it is something going
to put it back?
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