On 20/2/18 7:33 pm, Samuel Sieb wrote:
On 02/14/2018 01:51 PM, Stephen Morris wrote:
> It could be. As I understand it the default functionality updates the
> mbr on the specified device, and from what I've read in other
> threads, I thought they said that to get the grub menu displayed at
> boot you don't update the mbr on an efi system any more, all that is
> necessary is to just run grub2-mkconfig.
EFI systems have a special partition that contains as many bootloaders
as you want. It solves the problem of who gets to control the MBR
Are they the .efi files that are in /boot/efi/EFI/BOOT on a system that
doesn't have the separate partition?
Just on the separate partition front, if I boot between Win 10, Fedora
27 and Ubuntu 17.10 on the one machine, do I need 3 separate partitions
or can the 3 operating system share the one partition if I decide to
activate efi on my machine?
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