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howtos:slackware_admin:set_up_syslinux_as_boot_loader_on_uefi_based_hardware [2016/08/18 23:46 (UTC)]
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-That is pretty much it for EFI boot partition. You can do whatever you like with /dev/sda3 (RAID, LUKS, LVM, any filesystem) and install Slackware there, but leave EFI partition alone, that partition needs to be unencrypted and FAT32 formatted.+That is pretty much it for EFI boot partition. You can do whatever you like with /dev/sda2 (RAID, LUKS, LVM, any filesystem) and install Slackware there, but leave EFI partition alone, that partition needs to be unencrypted and FAT32 formatted.
  
  
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-  * Still in /​boot/​efi/​EFI/​SYSLINUX,​ copy kernel here. Huge is safer option. Generic may require initrd and more modules in it. If you do not know which they are, the machine might not boot, so go with the huge.+  * Still in /​boot/​efi/​EFI/​SYSLINUX,​ copy kernel here. Huge is the safer option. Generic may require initrd and more modules in it. If you do not know which they are, the machine might not boot, so go with the huge.
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 # cp /​boot/​vmlinuz-huge-4.4.14 . # cp /​boot/​vmlinuz-huge-4.4.14 .

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