On 2/1/19 7:13 PM, Scott Dowdle wrote:
----- Original Message -----
> How did you guys create a live USB that allowed for
> both standard BIOS and UEFI boot?
dd should work but most of the time I use the Fedora Media Writer GUI.
On 2/1/19 5:28 PM, T wrote:
I am trying to create a bootable USB drive that will allow for
both standard bios and UEFI boot like they do on Live USB
flash drives. How did they do it?
OH HOLY [expletive deleted]!!! I figured it out!!!!
References that stink:
Before installing, gparted:
Wipe the target disk
create a partitin table as GPT
create a first partition as
set the partition flag to "bios_grub"
Install Fedora 29 from a UEFI machine:
remove "/home" was removed at installation and moved into "/"
--->>> PRESUMED !!! <<<---
The machine was install and booted from UEFI
The machine is mounted as /dev/sda
Install the legacy BIOS boot loader:
Boot into fedora on UEFI
only installs 3 files
# dnf reinstall grub2-pc
create the BIOS .cfg file
# grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
You made room for this by making the 1 MB partition "bios_grub" so use
# grub2-install --force --removable --recheck --target=i386-pc