On 12/2/18 12:50 pm, Samuel Sieb wrote:
On 02/11/2018 01:23 PM, Stephen Morris wrote:
On 11/2/18 5:46 pm, francis.montag...@inria.fr wrote:
grub2-install is not needed I think.


Thanks Francis, I'll check that out. Grub2-install is still required to update the mbr on non-efi (legacy) systems.

That's true, but it very rarely needs the boot sector loader updated. Also, I don't know what grub2-install would do to a GPT formatted disk.

Wouldn't grub2-install be used to install the boot sectors to the /boot partition? This question is coming from the days when I formatted an entire hard disk as GPT and tried to install an older Fedora system on it and had the install fail with the message that Fedora could not be booted from a GPT environment.


regards,

Steve


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