On Fri, Aug 25, 2017 at 08:24:59PM +0000, Fedora Branched Report wrote:
Old package: shim-signed-0.8-10
Summary: First-stage UEFI bootloader
RPMs: shim-aa64 shim-ia32 shim-x64
Added RPMs: shim-aa64 shim-ia32 shim-x64
Dropped RPMs: shim
Size: 2238688 bytes
Size change: 1219336 bytes
* Thu Mar 23 2017 Petr Šabata <contyk(a)redhat.com> - 0.8-9
- Re-enable dist tag for module builds
* Tue Aug 22 2017 Peter Jones <pjones(a)redhat.com> - 13-0.1
- Initial (partially unsigned) build for multi-arch support on x64/ia32.
* Thu Aug 24 2017 Peter Jones <pjones(a)redhat.com> - 13-0.2}
- Obsolete old shim builds.
The package no longer ships /boot/efi/EFI/fedora/shim.efi which is what
people's boot entries refer to. It's shimx64.efi now. This causes
failure to boot on EFI systems.
Which component, if any, is tasked with adjusting EFI boot entries in
such a case? Anyway, it doesn't happen, so some kind of warning (at
least to -devel and -test) would seem appropriate, ideally prior to the
new package reaching the mirrors.