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Problems after installing Arch [x86_64, GPT, GRUB2]

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – Does debian take care of the partition for you though?  From what I understand (I have not tried this though) grub2 is actually lvm aware.  So you can put all partitions within the lvm, including boot.  If this is the case, I see no reason why you would not also be able to put the 2MB bios boot partition in there as well.  I am not a grub user at all, but I know that grub apparently is larger than is capable of being handled by the regular 440bytes of the traditional bios.  So it needs a bit more, and this is what the 2MB partition is for.  I also kind of recall r (HowTos)