I’m writing a kickstart file for Fedora. The bootloader is disabled, and a empty efi partition is created that I’m running bootctl and kernel-install to in %post for the bootloader .
My issue is that kernel-install reads /proc/cmdline which is full of the installer iso’s kernel options rather than the installed system.
What would be the proper way to fill this out? How does the installer/systemd know the proper uuids for root disks or luks? I feel like theres a command the anaconda installer runs since grub2 can figure it out.
I don’t use a kickstart file, but that line for the efi partition seems like it may be an error since /boot is NOT normally an efi partition. The efi partition in fedora is located at /boot/efi.
The standard fstab for my btrfs system looks like this so I wonder if that compress option for the btrfs line is incorrect as well.
It’s a while ago I tried systemd-boot, so I checked again in a VM. The only thing I can conclude is that a chroot install transfers incorrect options, unless overruled by /etc/kernel/cmdline. “/etc/grub.d/10_linux” states that anaconda can provide this file, but I do not see it, so I am afraid you have to provide it yourself, otherwise the system refuses to boot.
A “grub2-mkconfig -o /dev/null” fixes the problem
by creating /etc/kernel/cmdline from “root=rootdevice ro $GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX”,
but lacking grub you have to do it yourself, I’m afraid.
Something missing in the systemd-resolved process???