Booting stuck at MOK management after upgrade from F22 to F23

asked 2016-01-15 10:37:58 -0500

mgab gravatar image

I have been using Fedora 22 in a dual boot shared with a Windows 7. Today I tried to upgrade to Fedora 23 following these instructions.

After rebooting, the system started applying the updates. So far so good.

Now that it has finished, when I start the computer I get a blue screen asking me to Perform MOK management, just like this one. If I choose to continue, then I get Windows loading.

MOK stands for Machine Owner Key. As far as I understand it should only matter when Secure Boot is enabled in the BIOS/UEFI settings, and now it is disabled. I also tried enabling secure boot and then disabling again without luck. No way to boot fedora so far...

Did I do something wrong? Is there anything I can do to fix it (apart from fresh install)? Any ideas?

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I think it is better to use tools describe in official documentation, I think dnf is not yet complete, perhaps fedup might have done a better job. Perhaps it has upgraded the bootloader as well which could one of the reasons now it has a conflict with uefi, just my guess, do not take this for an answer.

Ervin-Reloaded gravatar imageErvin-Reloaded ( 2016-01-21 08:49:45 -0500 )edit