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Re: Bug 1900233 - Grub fails to boot with tpm.c errors

From: Bruno Parisi
Subject: Re: Bug 1900233 - Grub fails to boot with tpm.c errors
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2021 06:33:16 +1000

Hi! Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly. I'd be more than happy to try the patch out, unfortunately I'm not familiar with how to apply it. Would you have instruction for me to follow?

I see + & - element so I'm guessing I'm to remove/replace these lines in a file but I see Git commands so am I supposed to download a Git repo and modify the files and then compile?

I'm a long time Linux user but only recently started to learn about Git and manual installs. I'm happy to learn and be more helpful in the community but if you could point me in the right direction to understand the how to do this I'd appreciate it 😅😄.

Apologies for my lack of knowledge.

Kind regards,

On Thu, 22 Jul 2021, 1:05 am Daniel Kiper, <> wrote:
CC-ing James and Javier...

On Wed, Jul 21, 2021 at 09:53:48PM +1000, Bruno Parisi wrote:
> Hi all,
> Apologies if I'm doing this wrong but I've never had to contact you before.
> There is a bug that was logged on RedHat Bugzilla
> show_bug.cgi?id=1900233
> Which a user and myself both have the same issue. I'm running a Lenovo C940 and
> if I recall he has a C740.
> The poster thepiguy did a fair bit of back and forth with the Fedora team to
> identify where and how this was happening but deemed it not a Fedora specific
> issue as with the right conditions the same issue was present in Arch.
> I wanted to bring this to your attention as I'd like to help solve this issue
> if possible as it's a very annoying issue and I don't want to disable my TPM to
> work around it (As some have suggested on another post in the Fedora forum)
> first/14405

May I ask you to try this patch [1] out.



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