a few months ago i fixate the kernel version to the above because of AMD radeon driver issues. Tumbleweed does install newer kernels but fixed the default kernel to the above. When I try to boot a newer kernel now (tried 6.4.3 today), boot process stuck on mounting a uuid of my encrypted boot partition, that seems to does not exist.
What exactly do you mean by “boot process stuck”? Is boot process actually completing, just without working login manager or DE (e.g. Ctrl-Alt-F3 provides a shell prompt)? Which AMD GPU do you have? What error messages do you find in journal, dmesg, Xorg.0.log and .xsession-errors?
I get a “shim SBAT data failed” message before I can even get to the intial menu. Major security violation. Then a quick shut down. Is this similar? I’ve not been able to boot for over a week now. I have intel 11th gen cpu and amd gpu.
Please forgive me. I knew I was wrong. Thank you for not clobbering me. I’m uber frustrated. This goes on and on and on and no solution. I know about the 4 month old bug report. If secure boot wasn’t important it wouldn’t be included in the default setup. Disabling it is not a good solution.
I’m camping at Fedora. They took care of business. Sad state of affairs.
You are so right! I installed the newest version kernel-default-6.4.4 and it boots up my system again. Many thanks for that.
It seems, after fixing the kernel version to 6.0.12 it silently switched to kernel-default-base without my recognition. Boot menu also never told me about the fact.
What I did a few months ago was (my user interface is german, so i try to translate it correctly):
with 6.0.12 (my old version, that worked for my)
Open Yast → Install or remove software → search for kernel-default → right click on kernel-default → protect [*] → apply → that’s it.
What I did today:
same first steps but unprotect [*]kernel-default → it automatically installed the newest version 6.4.4 beside 6.0.12. Now it boots up again.
I have to say, I assumed protecting does not mean never install a newer version beside the protected version. The fact, that newer versions show up from time to time strengthened the assumption. I never looked close enough to see, that it’s a difference, or maybe ignored it because it could have been a meta package or similar.