On 07/05/2021 01.15, -pj wrote:
On 5/6/21 5:30 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 06/05/2021 23.17, -pj wrote:
On 5/6/21 2:53 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
> On 06/05/2021 20.39, Felix Miata wrote:
>> -pj composed on 2021-05-06 07:12 (UTC-0500):
Boot Loader GRUB 2
In particular, you may need to use the variable "GRUB_DEFAULT". Pr
using YaST, see "18.104.22.168 Boot Loader Options Tab", there is a
"default boot section" entry.
Thank you for the links above: I really
like this "Configuring boot
loader with YaST" capability. :|
Then, a trick.
To force YaST bootloader module to write and update all the boot
files, just change 1 second up or down the timeout (figure 12.4)
That's a neat trick above. So if I were to only click "OK" which
leads to YaST exiting. I should go to Bootloader Options adjust the
timeout then click ok (Just for certain).
Now the following question is I feel still on topic
for the post in a
way perhaps I am incorrect on this:
1. What about now being able to enable "Trusted Boot Support"? Since the
issue (for this terminal/computer) has in fact been repaired upstream
(see here): > https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1185023
can verify on my terminal/computer that the (TDE)
COMPLETE NOW while connected to the mirrors/internet. The only problem
of course being kernel 5.12.0-2-pae will fail to load once being
selected at bootmenu. That is why I installed (TDE) offline with a
kernel 5.11.series .iso then was able to use " zypper install
to draw in the most current (kernel 5.11.16-1.ge06d321-default) and use
YaST to lock the package.
I know nothing about Trusted Boot Support, sorry.
It scares me a bit, though.
I assume it is not the same thing as signed boot files and kernels used
by EFI. But your machine being 32 bits, it can not have EFI.
2. So I believe I can use the YaST bootloader module to enable "Trusted
Boot Support" at this point. Then change timeout
3. Would this be a fairly safe assumption?
I don't know, and it is not something I want to test on real hardware.
Maybe on a virtual machine.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.2 x86_64 at Telcontar)