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    Default Re: UEFI installation media => Boot Linux System

    I did a fresh 15.2 NET CD UEFI installation to a freshly GPT partitioned and formatted 40G HD: 320M ESP, 800M swap, 8000M EXT4 /, 29000 EXT4 /home. I kept the CD inserted, and on first boot subsequent to installation, selected the CD in UEFI mode to boot from, selected "Boot Linux System" after selecting "More", with the same result: "Sorry, system didn't boot." Booting the freshly installed 15.2 system normally works fine.

    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1146017 filed.
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    Thanks. I will probably comment on that bug later today.
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    Default Re: UEFI installation media => Boot Linux System

    It looks as if "kexec" is broken.

    I booted to the rescue system, then tried to manually boot the linux system with "kexec" at the command line.

    It failed silently. I've added a comment about that to the bug report.
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