To start, I want to say I’m not certain this is a Fedora issue, it is probably an issue in my boot config or maybe windows (a separate ssd on the same machine runs windows). However, the behavior started after rebooting from the most recent Fedora 33 update, and the install was stable for more than a month, so it is possible Fedora is to blame. I have been booting back and forth between windows 10 and Fedora without issue for weeks, until this issue.
behavior: machine boots to grub with:
error: ../../grub-core/kern/d1.c:265:invalid arch-independent ELF magic.
Output of set:
> set prefix=(hd0,msdos1)/grub2 root=hd0,msdos1
ls command in grub, determining which should be root and prefix, setting root and prefix to the correct values, and insmod normal
boot-repair-disk: reports repaired, but no change in issue.
Fedora 33 R3600 ASUS b450i Any further questions on specs are welcome, I can’t think of what else is relevant.