On Sun, 2017-10-22 at 15:03 +0100, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
I have a new external drive with Windows 10, cloned from my working
QEMU/KVM setup under F26. I want the option of continuing to use it as
a VM, or occasionally dual-booting directly into Windows. The VM is set
up to use UEFI but my host is running under BIOS, so I need to change
one of them to match the other. I prefer to change the host to UEFI as
that is the preferred method for running VMs.
So how do I go about it? If I simply boot using UEFI I get the EFI menu
with a bunch of block devices and no \EFI directory, which I think
means that I need to do something specific in Fedora. Is this some
magic incantation with Grub? The Grub man pages are not clear.
On further reflection, this looks like a lot of work (for one thing you
have to change the partition table type from MBR to GPT) so I'd almost
certainly have to reinstall Fedora. I doubt I can be bothered to do