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r6ca1bb6 r5a458e8 43 43 <note> 44 44 <para> 45 If your system has UEFI support and you wish to boot LFS with UEFI, 46 you can skip this package in LFS, 45 On ARM64 systems, the following instruction builds GRUB for UEFI. 46 But the built GRUB lacks some features because a few optional 47 dependencies of GRUB for UEFI is beyond the scope of LFS and not 48 installed yet. 49 </para> 50 <para> 51 If your system firmware does not support UEFI, you need to skip the 52 content of this page and try to figure out how to boot your system. 53 </para> 54 <para> 55 If your system firmware supports UEFI and you want a fully 56 functional GRUB, you can skip the content of this page, 47 57 and install GRUB with UEFI support (and its dependencies) following 48 58 <ulink url="&blfs-book;postlfs/grub-efi.html">the BLFS page</ulink> 49 at the end of this chapter. 59 (with <parameter>--target=x86_64</parameter> removed) at the end of 60 this chapter. 50 61 </para> 51 62 </note>
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