On 7/6/20 4:24 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
If you mean the EFI boot manager entry, just renaming the existing one something other than "Fedora" ought to do the trick, I think. So far as /boot/efi goes...well, you have two choices. You can have the two installs share one, or have two separate ones. I *think* both options at least in theory ought to work, I'm not sure if anyone's tested...
Adding another EFI partition should work, but I don't see how they could share one. There's a single Fedora directory in there, so each install would overwrite the files of the other. The grub.cfg can only point to one set of boot loader entries.
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