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howtos:slackware_admin:installing_on_uefi_hardware [2013/11/12 16:35 (UTC)]
ruario [Installing Older Slackware on UEFI-based hardware]
howtos:slackware_admin:installing_on_uefi_hardware [2018/10/29 19:46 (UTC)] (current)
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 +====== Installing Slackware on UEFI-based hardware ======
 +Slackware setup supports UEFI installs.  To get Slackware to boot on UEFI machines, bypass the LILO installation and select ELILO installation when prompted during the install.
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 ====== Installing Older Slackware on UEFI-based hardware ====== ====== Installing Older Slackware on UEFI-based hardware ======
  
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   * Creating your own install media and booting from this   * Creating your own install media and booting from this
   * Using another distro's install media to bootstrap the Slackware installation (this includes using modern Slackware 14.1 or above media to install Slackware 14.0)   * Using another distro's install media to bootstrap the Slackware installation (this includes using modern Slackware 14.1 or above media to install Slackware 14.0)
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 +(**Note:** These last two methods are //unsupported//!
 ===== Legacy BIOS support ===== ===== Legacy BIOS support =====
  
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   * Setup the $PATH and other variables needed to run the installer (by sourcing the chooted Slackware profile, i.e. ". /etc/profile")   * Setup the $PATH and other variables needed to run the installer (by sourcing the chooted Slackware profile, i.e. ". /etc/profile")
  
-**Note:** If you use Slackware64 14.1 install media, you could opt to do a network install and select the mirror for an earlier release. +**Note:** If you use Slackware64 14.1 install media, you could opt to do a network install and select the mirror for an earlier release. Be aware however that this remains //unsupported//!
  
 ====== Tips on install when not using BIOS legacy mode ====== ====== Tips on install when not using BIOS legacy mode ======

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