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Re: [opensuse] building a 32 bits efi file for leap
Le 24/02/2016 11:14, Michael Chang a écrit :

From what I know, we dropped support booting from 32 bit architecture on
UEFI.

two years ago it seemed sensible (and I don't remember of any 32 bits uefi support on openSUSE), but now we see lot of tablets that are more powerfull than some computers, atom based, with 'who knows why, probably to same some ram) but with 32 bits uefi and windows 10.

I can install debian on them and would like to have openSUSE

That's the reason why 32 bit grub.efi wasn't provided because it's
not needed in 32 bit installation media and also don't require signed
image for secure boot, which apparently also don't support on 32 bit.

windows 10 boots on 32 bits uefi with secureboot, but secureboot could be removed on all the tablets I had in hand, Debian do not manage secureboot.

jdd
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