Comment 65 for bug 1711203

Woodrow Shen (woodrow-shen) wrote :

Hi,

I know this bug was gone for a while, but now there are my findings which may be a regression:

Test environment:
MAAS version: 2.5.0 (7442-gdf68e30a5-0ubuntu1~18.04.1)

1. Dell G3 3590 laptop with secure boot enabled

Deploying 18.04 from MAAS => Got the same error as bug described.
Deploying 19.10 from MAAS => Got the same error as bug described.

2. Shuttle Inc. DH270 with secure boot enabled

Deploying 18.04 from MAAS => Got the same error as bug described.
Deploying 19.10 from MAAS => Got the same error as bug described.

From screenshot I attached, it apparently said the machine had enabled secure boot but it still show shim's message.

Another phenomenon was doing grub chainload from local disk, the grub provided by maas will find grubx64.efi from /efi/boot instead of /efi/ubuntu/ and it reported *no found" from that path because grubx64.efi actually didn't exist under /efi/boot/. I'm not sure if this behaviour is expected or not.

Any comment?