Hi everyone, I'm gonna have a new box this week and I need to know if boot-update can handle my box :
CPU : Core I7 3770 3.4 Gigs 8Meg Cache Socket 1155
http://www.intel.fr/content/www/fr/fr/b … -3770.html
Board : Intel DZ77BH55K Z77 LGA1155 32 Gigs Max
Memory : Kingston HyperX 16 Gig 1600 Mhz DDR3
SSD : Intel SSD 520 Series MLC 120 gigs
SSD : Intel SSD 520 Series MLC 240 Gigs 520SSDSC2CW240A3K5
Hard disk : WD Black 1TB
Burner : LG GH24NS90 24x
Video card : Gigabyte GTX670 GV-N670OC-2GD 980Mhz 2Gigs de Mémoire GDDR5
Monitor : LG Flatron E2442T-BN 24''
Case : Antec Nine Hundred TWOV3
Power Supply : OCZ ZX 850W 80+Gold
Right now, I know that I will need 2 specials partition, one for the GPT stuff (EF02) 32 megs and one for the UEFI stuff (EF00)(ESP) 512 Megs VFAT.
I know that the latest version of Grub2 can handle that, since there's a Gentoo wiki.
My question is, boot-update is based on which version of Grub2 right now ?
Just curious. How much did all these stuff cost you?
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at the moment grub2 in Funtoo not supporting UEFI, there is corresponding bug http://jira.funtoo.org/browse/FL-17
I'm myself building a xeon comp next week and motherboard is UEFI based, so it's very much important.
I've done a working system with boot-update using similar hardware to yours. GPT works fine. Although after installing Funtoo again on SSD I decided to use MBR.