Reinstalling the bootloader
sheldon.corey at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 04:27:41 UTC 2014
So just to refresh my understanding of your setup:
you have a non-bootable system with a standard uefi dual-boot?
and you can't seem to get the bootloader (grub) to re-install....
Corey W Sheldon
Owner, 1st Class Mobile Shine
On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 12:16 AM, Fred New <fred.new2911 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 4:49 AM, Adam Williamson <awilliam at redhat.com>wrote:
>> On Mon, 2014-04-07 at 20:20 -0400, Corey Sheldon wrote:
>> > its now grub2-install /dev/sdX
>> It's not for UEFI.
> It would be good if someone who knows something could rewrite the GRUB_2
> wiki page to
> say that. And to stop referring to a release of Fedora that is no longer
> supported. The
> Unified Extensible Firmware Interface wiki page is rather outdated and
> unhelpful as well.
> Surprisingly, the best information I could find about efibootmgr is in a
> page that is
> actually about Fedup.
> Here's what I've discovered:
> If you have UEFI and you have run grub2-install, you need to un-do that by
> yum reinstall grub2-efi
> And since Windows on my system places itself first in the EFI boot list
> every time it
> is booted, you need to run
> efibootmgr -v # (to learn Fedora's boot number)
> efibootmgr -o <boot#1>,<boot#2>,... # (to choose which system you want to
> boot by default)
> If you want to see how Anaconda originally ran efibootmgr, you can look at
> devel mailing list
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