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talk:howtos:slackware_admin:grub_on_first_install [2013/11/13 08:08 (UTC)]
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-[[wiki:user:cmyster|cmyster]],\\ +Actually, if you use UEFI, you do not need a BIOS boot partition but rather an EFI System Partition (ESP), which is not the same thing. Only those using traditional BIOS with GPT //and// Grub 2 need a 'BIOS boot partition'. I have written another [[howtos:slackware_admin:installing_with_gpt_without_uefi|article about using GPT with BIOS]]. Perhaps [[wiki:user:ryanpcmcquen|ryanpcmcquen]] could link his article to mine, to assist such users?\\ 
-Actually, if you use UEFI, you do not need a BIOS boot partition but rather an EFI System partition, which is not the same thing. Only those using traditional BIOS with GPT //and// Grub 2 would need a 'BIOS boot partition'. I have written another [[howtos:slackware_admin:installing_with_gpt_without_uefi|article about using GPT with BIOS]]. Perhaps [[wiki:user:ryanpcmcquen|ryanpcmcquen]] could link his article to mine, to assist such users?\\+-- [[wiki:user:ruario|ruario]] 
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 +I just added the link myself\\
 -- [[wiki:user:ruario|ruario]] -- [[wiki:user:ruario|ruario]]

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