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Waldorf UEFI/multiboot question...

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http://crunchbang.org – el_koraco wrote:ew wrote:almost all distros does Uefi-install righ out of the box these days, but that wasn`t exactly true. It`s only a very few that does that. Like Ubuntu. I see that debian is working with uefi awareness, but their solution of installing it in legacy mode and fix it in the end, is actually just a workaround. Not a native uefi-install. Debian should look to Ubuntu this time. Ubuntu is actually making it easier than MS. The DEbian install should automatically put itself among the existing entrys in the boot-manager. Side by side with W8, Ubuntu and whatever else is there. Then (HowTos)