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Re: [opensuse-support] boot priority on (Intel) iMac
On 07/12/2018 11:09 PM, Felix Miata wrote:

but Grub still shows up instead of rEFInd on reboot.

Your specified boot order does not take? If that happens, it's a
firmware limitation. You could probably create a grub2 boot entry that
chains to refind.

There is no BIOS to change boot order on Mactel. What can be done to prevent
openSUSE from stealing boot control from rEFInd?

In normal operation, openSUSE won't "steal" control. It only does that
when booting is reinstalled. Making changes with Yast bootloader might
do that. Otherwise, it will probably only happen when there's an update
to "grub2-efi" or to "shim". That's perhaps once every 6 months for
Leap, and around weekly for Tumbleweed. I should say for Tumbleweed,
that it can go for many weeks without such an update, but then it might
update several times over the next week. The "around weekly" is a
guessed average.

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