Just a little background information, I am taking a Unix II course, instructor being Bruce Dubbs, the managing editor for the LFS.org project.
I am building LFS in a Debian 8.6 host for a Unix II course.
Everything went great up until the configuring grub to boot LFS section, then things went a little strange.
Instructor states we are to skip the grub portion of LFS 7.10, comes to each of our systems, and goes thru the established grub.cfg file, erasing most of it, and manually configuring what is left. Note, he does not explain what he is doing.
Everyone else is up and running save for my installation, which has been set up and run on an external SSD, running on an MSI GL62 laptop, while everyone else is using quite older hardware.
Long story short, instructor states that he has not tested LFS on EFI partitions, while there is documentation on the LFS site itself stating that it works on EFI partitions.
With my course final this coming Thursday, and a running LFS build being a major part of the grade, any help would be appreciated.