On Tue, Nov 23, 2021 at 7:50 AM Sampson Fung <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I used Fedora Media Writer 4.4.2, on Windows 11 on ARM, at Lenovo Yoga c630 to write two ISOs and trying to boot:
> Fedora Workstation 35 aarch35 Live
> - Result: When invoking the UEFI bootmenu, the USB drive is not detected as bootable
> - Result: When invoking the UEFI bootmenu, the USB drive is listed as bootable. But once selected, still the internal SSD is booted.
> Is Fedora aarch64 working with Yoga c630?
Out of the box the answer is no, it's not.
ATM you need to disable secure boot, and you have to chain load a
special shim in the UEFI boot chain. It's not for the faint of heart
so ATM it's unsupported.
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