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howtos:slackware_admin:set_up_syslinux_as_boot_loader_on_uefi_based_hardware [2016/08/17 10:15 (UTC)]
tonberry created
howtos:slackware_admin:set_up_syslinux_as_boot_loader_on_uefi_based_hardware [2016/08/17 10:23 (UTC)]
tonberry [Installation]
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   * back up your data, if you have anything of value on any of drives in the machine   * back up your data, if you have anything of value on any of drives in the machine
   * boot to UEFI setup ("BIOS") and verify that boot method is set to "UEFI" not "CMS" or "Legacy"   * boot to UEFI setup ("BIOS") and verify that boot method is set to "UEFI" not "CMS" or "Legacy"
-  * and also that Secure Boot is turned off (installation is probably feasible with secure boot on too, but at cost of needless hassle) +  * and also that Secure Boot is turned off
  
 ==== Create EFI Boot Partition ==== ==== Create EFI Boot Partition ====
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-  * Do not forget to set correct partition codes. EFI boot partions has code 'ef00'.+  * Do not forget to set correct partition codes. EFI boot partitions has code 'ef00'.
 <code> <code>
 # sgdisk -t 1:ef00 /dev/sda # sgdisk -t 1:ef00 /dev/sda

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