Re: GUID partitioning
- From: Goh Lip <g.lip@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 12:19:20 +0800
On Friday 29,October,2010 12:02 PM, Tom H wrote:
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 11:38 PM, Goh Lip<g.lip@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Has anyone tried GUID partitioning (GPT) on a BIOS based system - as
opposed to UEFI?
It would seem to be a drastic and 'quantum leap' to even try this out
and would appreciate feedback on advantages, pitfalls, dangers,
revertiblity, etc - okay, all and any comment.
Yes. You have to remember to create the first partition as a
mini-partition for grub to embed core.img otherwise there's nothing
Okay..., need a sort-of 'mbr' partition, if I understand you correctly,
then a 'boot-loader' type of partition, swap, then all others.
But, but but ..... :) did you see any advantage, any reason to do this,
no reason to do this.. what does the bios do then..? etc...
Regards- Goh Lip
ps: googled pages do not 'explain' experiences, just technical how-to's
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