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Old 24th December 2019
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Question Full disk encryption UEFI and Grub 2

Hi all

I have a working OpenBSD install on a UEFI laptop (Thinkpad T440p) on its own drive that I can book from the “choose boot device” menu on the machine. I would like to get it booting from the Ubuntu 19.10’s GRUB 2 menu on another disk.

The reason for this is that I want to put Coreboot with Tianocore on the machine after Christmas and I believe that it will work because Grub would be doing the heavy lifting.

I have chainloader firing up a kernel in the OpenBSD partition but it isn’t decrypting the drive.

Any ideas?
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