[rear-users] UEFI Boot
marcus.moeller at gmx.ch
Sun Jan 25 16:26:28 CET 2015
Am 25.01.2015 um 16:43 schrieb Gratien D'haese:
> Ubuntu (nor Debian) were not yet tested. Please try it out and if you
> find issues open a tracker for it at GitHub so that other users can
> share their experience, or perhaps someone can deliver a fix for it (if
> needed of course).
Is there any special configuration parameter I need to set, or can I
just create an ISO image and try to boot that (e.g. from an USB key by
dd'ing it onto)?
> On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 16:07:12 +0100, Marcus Moeller
> <marcus.moeller at gmx.ch> wrote:
>> Dear Gratien,
>>>> I got a new Baytrail system which supports UEFI only (no CSM), so my
>>>> question is: should it be possible to create an UEFI Boot device for
>>>> recovery? If so, are there any special parameters I need to set in
>>>> order to make it work?
>>>> I guess Secure Boot is not supported at all?
>>> Secure boot is supported with Fedora and RHEL. OpenSuSe is unfortunately
>>> not supported because we are unable to create an UEFI capable ISO image.
>>> See issue https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/467 and issue
>>> https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/214 for background information.
>> It's about an ubuntu 14.04 based machine.
>> Should that work as well?
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