UEFI—Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
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Minimal System Installation
Instalação minimal
In order to avoid some big recommended packages from getting installed the pattern for minimal installations uses another pattern that conflicts with the undesired packages. That pattern can be removed after installation, it's called <literal>patterns-openSUSE-minimal_base-conflicts</literal>
Note that the minimal installation has no firewall by default. If you need one, install <literal>SuSEfirewall2</literal>
UEFI&mdash;Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
UEFI&mdash;Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
Prior to installing openSUSE on a system that boots using UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), you are urgently advised to check for any firmware updates the hardware vendor recommends and, if available, to install such an update. A pre-installed Windows 8 is a strong indication that your system boots using UEFI.
Antes de proceder à instalação do openSUSE num sistema que utiliza a UEFI para o arranque, é desde mais aconselhado a verificar se existem atualização de Firmware por parte do fabricante e instalar essas mesmas atualizações. Se já possuía o Windows 8 ou superior pré-instalado, é um forte indicador que o seu sistema utiliza a UEFI para o arranque.
<emphasis>Background:</emphasis> Some UEFI firmware has bugs that cause it to break if too much data gets written to the UEFI storage area. Nobody really knows how much "too much" is, though. openSUSE minimizes the risk by not writing more than the bare minimum required to boot the OS. The minimum means telling the UEFI firmware about the location of the openSUSE boot loader. Upstream Linux Kernel features that use the UEFI storage area for storing boot and crash information (<literal>pstore</literal>) have been disabled by default. Nevertheless, it is recommended to install any firmware updates the hardware vendor recommends.
UEFI, GPT, and MS-DOS Partitions
UEFI, GPT e partições MS-DOS
Together with the EFI/UEFI specification, a new style of partitioning arrived: GPT (GUID Partition Table). This new schema uses globally unique identifiers (128-bit values displayed in 32 hexadecimal digits) to identify devices and partition types.
Em conjunto com a especificação EFI/UEFI, um novo estilo de particionamento chega: GPT (Tabela de Partição Guid). Este novo esquema usa identificadores globais únicos (valores de 128bits exibidos em 32 dígitos hexadecimais) para identificar dispositivos e tipos de partições.
Additionally, the UEFI specification also allows legacy MBR (MS-DOS) partitions. The Linux boot loaders (ELILO or GRUB2) try to automatically generate a GUID for those legacy partitions, and write them to the firmware. Such a GUID can change frequently, causing a rewrite in the firmware. A rewrite consist of two different operation: removing the old entry and creating a new entry that replaces the first one.



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