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Bug #2330

[systemd-complete-iso] can not boot EFI

temporaryuser - 5 months ago - . Updated 3 months ago.

Status:
info needed
Priority:
broken
Category:
systemd
Assignee:
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% Done:

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Description

I have tried to switch from BIOS to EFI, but it didn't work.
ISO boots in BIOS mode, so efivar -l says:
`efivar: error listing variables: Function not implemented`
EFI boot works on other distributions.

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#1

Updated by bill-auger 5 months ago

  • Priority changed from bug to broken
  • Status changed from open to info needed
  • Project changed from Packages to Installation media
  • Tracker changed from Feature Request to Bug

are you using coreboot or libreboot?

if so, there are some suggestions in issue #2108

#2

Updated by temporaryuser 4 months ago

No, proprietary BIOS/EFI :(

#3

Updated by bill-auger 4 months ago

ok - which ISO are you referring to - the differences can be quite important

#4

Updated by temporaryuser 3 months ago

systemd complete ISO

#5

Updated by bill-auger 3 months ago

  • Subject changed from EFI boot to [systemd-complete-iso] can not boot EFI
#6

Updated by temporaryuser 3 months ago

*only LXDE checked, not sure about CLI

#7

Updated by bill-auger 3 months ago

this is likely related to issue #2108 - it only seems to affect certain computers - have you tried any of the openrc ISOs? - that has different EFI code than the systemd ISOs

if this is holding you back, note that you can use the openrc ISO to install a systemd system via command line

#8

Updated by temporaryuser 3 months ago

OpenRC worked.

#9

Updated by bill-auger 3 months ago

  • Category set to systemd

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