On 8/26/23 17:53, Stephen Morris wrote:
Since the last system update I have been getting TPM errors on
every entry in my grub menu when I do a warm restart from F38, and this
includes the menu entry for the kernel I used to boot into F38.
I am getting multiple occurrences of the following message:
error: ../../grub-core/commands/efi/tpm.c:150:unknown TPM
I am also getting the message:
error: ../../grub-core/net/net.c:1552:disk 'hd2,gpt7' not
The second message doesn't make sense as that is the device that
contains F38 that I had booted into before doing the restart, and the
device I've booted into to send this email.
Those errors do suggest an issue with the UEFI BIOS.
If you open the grub console instead of trying to boot an entry, what
happens when you try to look at the drive. Can you see it? What
partitions does it show?
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