That would make sense, I don't think at that time we had finished the
Aliyun integration that is needed for micro-config-drive to even work.
We have some colleagues that used to work on this a while back, I'll ask
them to comment and maybe in a few days we can hear back from them.
In the mean time, you likely have no option but to create your own
custom images, so you likely just want to wait until tue/wed.
On 4/4/20 7:14 PM, Chris Milne wrote:
> So, much to my disappointment, we couldn't even make it the boot
> loader :/
> On a new instance of the 20370 image, it shows a black screen with a
> TianoCore logo when connecting via the web console.
> Has anyone else besides myself perhaps had better luck getting CL
> running on Alicloud?
> On 4/4/20 9:51 AM, Chris Milne wrote:
>> Glad to know it's possible and thanks for the useful pointers. Going
>> to give try this a try now :)
>> On 4/4/20 1:13 AM, Auke Kok wrote:
>>> On 4/3/20 6:40 PM, Chris Milne wrote:
>>>> Would it be OK to install this version and then do an in-place OS
>>>> upgrade? Or, perhaps an alternative course of action is preferable.
>>> Yes. My advice would be
>>> - ensure the updates complete before you install any software,
>>> repeat until you're current. You will see the updates go from X to Y
>>> to Z and may need to rerun the update once or twice, especially with
>>> a version that old
>>> - take care your kernel is properly setup and configured before you
>>> - run a swupd repair --picky at the end and repeat until nothing is
>>> These are paranoid steps but you want to start out with a clean
>>> install and version numbers in the 20k are 3+ years old now, so
>>> there's likely some minor huccups that might accumulate.
>>> Other than that, I've done this once or twice, and it usually works. :)
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