Notes specific to Fedora.
These notes are given as a best effort. This is not an installation guide, only notes about possible issues.
Partitioning shared storage with the graphical installer
When using the shared firmware storage strategy, you will need to be careful with the partitioning. Pay attention to what the installer will do when partitioning the disk.
Use your preferred tool to partition your disk as desired, make sure to include an EFI system partition (ESP) big enough.
In the installer, choose Custom and add mount points and format the partitions you have created.
No testing with Advanced-Custom (Blivet-GUI) was done, but assuming it will not re-write the partition table from scratch and not touch the firmware partition, it may work as well.
When using dedicated firmware storage, nothing special has to be done to keep the initial boot firmware working.
The following error may happen near the end of the installation:
Failed to set new efi boot target. This is most likely a kernel or firmware bug.
This is a known limitation with U-Boot and Tow-Boot.
You can ignore this error and continue with the installation (Yes).
Additionally, the EFI bootloader shim appears not to work under the conditions.
NOTE These manipulations were written by someone not familiar with Fedora. Please suggest better supported alternatives.
You will need to do the following manipulation in the ESP after the installation, before rebooting.
$ sudo -i # cd /mnt/sysroot/boot/efi/EFI/BOOT/ # mv BOOTAA64.EFI _BOOTAA64.EFI # cp /mnt/sysroot/boot/efi/EFI/fedora/grubaa64.efi BOOTAA64.EFI
This will install GRUB as the default fallback bootloader location. Note that this means that updates to GRUB from Fedora may not apply as expected.
It may be preferable to, instead, install rEFInd at the fallback bootloader