This is a tracking bug for Change: uEFI for ARMv7
For more details, see: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/uEFIforARMv7
Move to uEFI as the default boot mechanism for ARMv7 devices.
We now have the critical grub2 build.
The pull requests for anaconda/blivet are:
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 29 development cycle.
Changing version to '29'.
According to the Fedora 29 schedule, today is the deadline for changes to be in a testable state. If your change is ready to be tested, please set the status to ON_QA. A list of incomplete changes will be sent to FESCo tomorrow for evaluation. If you know your change will not be ready for Fedora 29, you can set the version to rawhide and notify bcotton.
Correction: please set the status to "MODIFIED" when the change is testable. See https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Policy#Change_Checkpoint:_Completion_deadline
Most of the pieces have landed here, it's in a mostly testable state ATM, we're working with the grub maintainer on a few issues there but confident the last bits of the puzzle should be in place RSN.
Today is the '100% code complete deadline' Change Checkpoint, meaning that Fedora 29 Changes must now be code complete. All the code required to enable to the new change should now be finished. If your Change is code complete, please update the status of this tracker back to "ON_QA". The change does not have to be fully tested by this deadline.
We have now reached the Beta freeze. If your Change is not code complete, you need to request a Freeze Exception or invoke the contingency plan.
Not currently testable, awaiting the anaconda team to respond to queries
Change owner reports code completion. Marking "ON_QA".
Change owner reports some issues that need to be upstream block this change for Fedora 29.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 30 development cycle.
Changing version to '30'.
This is now code complete and has Minimal/Server/Workstation enabled and being built in rawhide/f30 for testing.
Once this is more widely verified, we have at least a grub2 <-> kernel bug, we will enable all the other arm images we care currently making.