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Re: Two systems -- supposed to be the same, but booting with grub differ

From: Andrei Borzenkov
Subject: Re: Two systems -- supposed to be the same, but booting with grub differently. What'd I miss?
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2017 20:28:47 +0300
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15.04.2017 19:07, address@hidden пишет:
> On Sat, Apr 15, 2017, at 08:39 AM, Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
>> Where have you got this grub from? Again - it is not from openSUSE Leap
>> 42.2 and grub.cfg did not look like created by openSUSE Leap grub2 either.
> I had to check with the admin who installed these originally (grumpy on 
> Saturday morning!)
> Looks like you're sorta right.   He said it's "for", not "from" 42.2.
> Apparently it's the Tumbleweed one from

Indeed. Thank you!

> but rebuilt  into a local repo for 42.2.  It's got to do with EFI and Xen 
> support.  Neither of which I'm using on these boxes yet, but Xen is gonna be 
> setup here pretty soon.  I guess when I upgrade hardware that EFI might be an 
> issue too.
> I looked in the build service online and I don't see anything specific to 
> TrustedGrub but I do see lots of "TPM" patches that are I guess "Trusted 
> Platform Module " stuff.
> So is this something that should get a fix in that Tumbleweed / BaseSystem 
> one?  

Which fix? Your system appears to be OK as far as GRUB is concerned. TPM
patches are indeed in current openSUSE default grub2 build, but that's
does not mean you cannot use it. My concern was bootinfoscript that
missed these changes, so now I added them so it detects and displays
these versions.

Once more thank you for your help.

> Or is the only option for now to get this downgraded from this 'basesystem' 
> rc2 to the 'release' beta2 ?

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