usually i use tuxboot to create clonezilla_live-usb - now, there is several sites claining etcher to be a good alternative to it, especially when on linux.
so i gave latest balenaEtcher-1.5.49-x64.AppImage a try and while creating the live-usb stick (mbr, fat32) was done quickly, booting itself turned out to be problematic on my uefi laptop (secure + fastboot off). it is not recognized in the laptops uefi boot menu at all?
on an older bios laptop instead, this stick boots just fine!
so i went on and compared my old tuxboot stick with the etcher clonezilla stick and it turns out that 2 files are missing on the latter one:
the tuxboot stick also fails to boot correctly when these 2 files are not present.
here is my question:
why is these 2 files so crucial for my uefi laptop and will etcher support “creating” them when processing the clonezilla iso in the future?