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OK, the mount point for that EFI partition is /Volumes/NO NAME so the command should be edited as follows:

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bless --folder /Volumes/NO\ NAME/EFI/ubuntu/ --label "Ubuntu Linux"
Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work. As you can see in the attached images: the .disk_label and .disk_label_2x files are created but the volume name does not change either in the OpenCore Picker or using the diskutil list command.
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Any idea about it?
Do you think adding the volume (partition) label using Gparted on Linux will be detected by macOS and OpenCore Picker on startup?
 
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the .disk_label and .disk_label_2x files are created but the volume name does not change either in the OpenCore Picker
Make sure you have set the proper picker attributes as I indicated in post six. Specifically the custom rendered titles. That's required to display the label.
or using the diskutil list command.
That's not relevant for our purposes in this case.
Do you think adding the volume (partition) label using Gparted on Linux will be detected by macOS and OpenCore Picker on startup?
It can be and would show up with the same name on both places. However you want a custom label in OC picker so that's not helpful in this case either. You can change that after if you feel comfortable.
 
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Make sure you have set the proper picker attributes as I indicated in post six. Specifically the custom rendered titles. That's required to display the label.

That's not relevant for our purposes in this case.

It can be and would show up with the same name on both places. However you want a custom label in OC picker so that's not helpful in this case either. You can change that after if you feel comfortable.
Sorry, my mistake...
Selecting the option "Provides custom rendered titles for boot entries" in OpenCore Configurator>Misc>Picker Attributes, as You have already suggested, the problem is solved.
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Thanks a lot again for supporting me with Your help :)
 
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Sorry, my mistake...
Selecting the option "Provides custom rendered titles for boot entries" in OpenCore Configurator>Misc>Picker Attributes, as You have already suggested, the problem is solved.
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Thanks a lot again for supporting me with Your help :)
You're welcome!
 
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