Master in Physics (expected 2015), University of Antwerp

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comment Windows 8.1 and Debian dualboot EFI problems
Yes, and during the Debian installation I skipped the installation of Grub because the Debian installer did not detect any OS so I figured it would overwrite the EFI partition.
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comment Windows 8.1 and Debian dualboot EFI problems
I didn't copy-paste the command and I was fully aware that it needed two arguments. It would also probably say something like "Must specify a mount point" if I only passed one argument. Also the tutorial assumes that it already exists. If Windows can boot and it (GDisk) identifies /dev/sda2 as an EFI partition, then it should also contain /boot/efi or /mnt/boot/efi, but it didn't. Is the tutorial outdated? Is there a difference in these partitions between 8 and 8.1? Note that the command from the Debian tutorial returned "EFI Boot on HDD"
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