Created attachment 665432 [details]
Partition layout after installation
Description of problem:
Installing on an UEFI system with the default options fails. I suspect this is because the installation creates a separate /boot/efi partition, instead of re-using the existing one.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make room for the installation on the hard disk (by resizing or deleting a partition).
2. Install Fedora.
Windows 8 is booted.
A boot selection appears, offering a choice between Fedora and Windows 8.
Booting manually from the Fedora partition using the built-in boot device selector in Windows 8 does not work, either. Copying the "fedora" tree into the UEFI partition (under /efi) still does not allow booting.
Created attachment 665433 [details]
Contents of the original EFI partition
Created attachment 665447 [details]
Files from /var/log/anaconda after installation
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