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Re: [opensuse] manage loop mounted device by user
On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 3:16 PM, jdd <jdd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Le 25/02/2016 12:56, Andrei Borzenkov a écrit :

On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 2:48 PM, jdd <jdd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

found on rpmfind. I think openSUSE have no 32 bit uefi anywhere

Sigh ...

oh... do you have an idea if this is included in any present distro? having

Tumbleweed :)

did you test the content of the rpm you quote yourself? it's exactly the
same as mine...

it extract to usr/lib/grub2 (waring, no / in front of the path), the folder
is i386efi, have 510 elements and around 13Mb. I prbably don't need all of
them, but sorting more than 500 files is a hudge work when you don't know
exactly is they are useful or not :-(

I already told you more than once that you should be needing only one
file - usr/lib/grub2/i386-efi/grub.efi, at least if all you need is to
have bootia32.efi on installation media.

cn2:~/grub2-efi # ll usr/lib/grub2/i386-efi/grub.efi
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 693760 Feb 9 18:44 usr/lib/grub2/i386-efi/grub.efi

You /may/ want to install other modules in case built into grub.efi
are not enough, in which case you only need *.lst and *.mod files.
*.module files are the same as *.mod but not stripped (for debugging)
and *.img (or *.image, do not remember) are various boot sectors or
building blocks to create final grub image.

cn2:~/grub2-efi # du -ch usr/lib/grub2/i386-efi/*.mod
2.3M total
cn2:~/grub2-efi #
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