schumacher at tfd.uni-hannover.de
Tue Nov 26 22:19:16 CET 2019
You have to start the PC using UEFI boot via PXE (instead of legacy) - than grub-install installs the efi-based grub when called by FAI.
> Am 26.11.2019 um 19:37 schrieb CSCI Technician <tech at csci.viu.ca>:
> Hi Bob,
> Thanks for the reply and tip. This was actually the first issue that I had... I had forgot to change disk_config. This is what I currently have in my disk_config:
> disk_config nvme0n1 disklabel:gpt bootable:1 fstabkey:uuid
> primary /boot/efi 512 vfat rw
> primary /boot 2048 ext4 rw
> primary - 4096- - -
> and then the rest is configuring LVM.
> In looking at the client system when the install is running I do see that both /boot and /boot/efi are mounted.
> As Thomas pointed out though, and I confirmed, /sys/firmware/efi is not present on the client or in /target on the client. I believe this is my next hurdle.
>> On 11/26/19 7:19 AM, Bob A via linux-fai wrote:
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> I suspect you do not have a "vfat" partition as required for UEFI. Something like this in disk_config should do the trick:
> disk_config disk1 disklabel:gpt bootable:1 fstabkey:uuid
> primary /boot/efi 512M vfat rw
> primary / 8192- ext4 rw,errors=remount-ro createopts="-L root"
> primary swap RAM:100% swap sw createopts="-L swap"
> I may be forgetting another step, but hopefully this will be a step in the right direction for you.
> Merlin Hansen
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