Am 28.04.21 um 22:21 schrieb Adam Majer:
On Tue, Apr 27, 2021 at 02:40:34PM -0300, Wagner
> The problem occurred after the update of the
bootloader grub2, when the boot
> message appears.
> "Bootloader has not verified loaded image. System is compromised.
I think you need to disable secure boot to continue
with the boot. This
was already noticed but the cause is being investigated. If you
downgrade grub, does secure boot work again?
FWIW I also saw this message after the latest grub/shim update on two Dell Precision
Towers 3420 with openSUSE Leap 15.2:
- BIOS/UEFI starts normally
- grub starts/runs normally
- grub tries to start a kernel
- shows the above message
- system is automatically powered off
Happens with these RPMs:
Downgrading shim only (not grub) gives this message (not sure if by grub or by BIOS).
It just shows briefly:
Booting in insecure mode
But the computer does start. Secure Boot state is shown as:
box:~ # mokutil --sb-state
SecureBoot validation is disabled in shim
BIOS update (to 0.2.17.1) of the computer didn't change anything.
That's where I gave up debugging and simply disabled Secure Boot.
Other machines with Secure Boot enabled continued to boot normally after the latest
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