[coreboot] GRUB boot menu is not showing GRUB2
zoran.stojsavljevic at gmail.com
Tue Jun 6 18:46:39 CEST 2017
When you do boot into the Fedora (which one version?), could you, please,
display for me the following:
 ls -al /boot
 What value *GRUB_TIMEOUT *do you see in: /boot/grub2/grub.cfg (maybe
you can try to play with this value)?
On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 4:53 PM, Dhanasekar Jaganathan <
jdhanasekarmca at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am trying to boot *Intel Rangeley CPU/ Mohon Peak *board by Coreboot. I
> am using *GRUB2 *as a Payload.
> In menuconfig, I have selected,
> Add a payload - *GRUB2*
> GRUB2 Version - *HEAD*.
> My mSata has two fedora OS. When I boot the system, I am not seeing GRUB
> boot load menu. System straightly booted to one of Fedora OS.
> In */boot/default/grub*, I have changed* GRUB_TIMEOUT = -1* ( which stops
> the system indefinitely at boot menu in GRUB2). Still system is not
> stopping at boot menu.
> With other vendor BIOS on my board, I am seeing boot menu. I have observed
> they were using GRUB 2.02_Beta version.
> So, I have checked out GRUB 2.02_Beta and complied the source which
> produced *grub2.elf*.
> And, I have modified Payload as * Add a Payload* = *An ELF executable
> payload *and given the path of *grub2.elf*.
> After flashing this BIOS on my board, I am seeing error message,
> *lzma: Decodeing error = 1*
> *Payload not loaded.*
> FYR, I have attached my *.config* file, Please view it.
> Can you please help me to solve this issue?.
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