> So I can't say I'm thrilled about a future that depends
on EFI for
> virt, but I'm resigned to the fact this is the direction the world
> is taking. So we're not likely to have any choice and will have to
> work to mitigate any downsides it brings.
Preferably the installer should detect and setup the system either with
sd-boot ( if setting equals UEFI ) or grub ( if setting not equals UEFI )
I have my doubts that building on sd-boot and drop grub2 is going to fly.
One problem with sd-boot is that the kernels must stay on the ESP, which
can be a problem for dual-boot installs (where Fedora has to run with
the existing ESP and can't just create one which is big enouth).
Another problem is that grub2 covers more architectures than sd-boot.
What is the plan for armhfp, ppc64, s390x?
IMHO a better preparation for deprecating BIOS would be to make new
installs bootable with both BIOS and UEFI. Which isn't hard at least
for the "[x] use all space" case where Fedora can partition the disk as
it pleases: Use gpt. Create a bios boot partition, install grun-pc
there. Create a ESP partition, install grub-efi there. Create a
partition for the /boot filesystem. Have both grubs pick up BLS config