Tumbleweed, kernels and UEFI

It turns out that if you are use a UEFI system with secure-boot enabled, then some of the recent Tumbleweed kernels cannot be booted.  You would have to disable secure boot to use those kernels.

For more details, see my post at the opensuse forums blog:

 

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About Neil Rickert

Mathematician and computer scientist who dabbles in cognitive science.

2 responses to “Tumbleweed, kernels and UEFI”

  1. youngpenguin says :

    Ohh, the third post on opensuse blog?! That is good!! ; )

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    • Neil Rickert says :

      It might be important to some opensuse users, which is why I decided to post there, and not just here.

      I’m not sure how many opensuse users read the opensuse blog, but probably more than read this blog.

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