As far as I can see from the practical results of my builds, the modifications of the packages are different:

The live-build package i've built from produces uefi-bootable hybrid-isos only when

--bootloader grub-efi

is set. But I don't want to use grub.

--bootloader syslinux

will produce a iso-hybrid image without UEFI-Suport, that is only bootable in legacy/CSM mode.

In contrast, the Live-build- Package from Kali ( produces UEFI-bootable iso-hybrid Images with syslinux.

Is that correct, or have I overlooked something?

My build system is jessie, the target live-system too.

Am 22.09.2016 um 15:30 schrieb Machu Chukov:

Am 22.09.2016 um 15:20 schrieb Machu Chukov:

Thanks, works for me. Are there any important differences between and the package one can build from ? Both have the version number 5.0~a11-1.

respectively between the first and , where the UEFI-patch provided by adrian15 seems to have been applied.

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