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Re: [opensuse] building a 32 bits efi file for leap
jdd said:

>I will get a new IT Works this afternoon, and may be able to continue >testing :-)

some details here:

in summary, I succeed to boot with openSUSE Leap using Tumbleweed 32 bits grub-efi rpm.

I have to build myself a EFI 32 bits usb stick, Debian one do not read btrfs (and I installed Leap all as defaults) and my computer is picky: needs the EFI partition to be the first one of the stick, when the standard do not ask for this.

I had successfully installed Leap with the help of Debian, using two usb stick (one Debian, the other Leap).

Then I could boot with my own usb stick 32 bits EFI TW, that done, from Leap, I could add the 32 bits grub.efi and boot without usb stick.

However I was obliged to go to windows and use easyefi to register to go on. Not sure it was really mandatory, but it like this I could do.

I still have to write somewhere a grub.cfg to automate the process.

NB: Leap works, but is not fully functional, more later
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