Hey All,

Sorry if I have missed this someplace obvious. But I am trying to test a pxe 
install on a Mustang (xgene-1) board with F27 using the grubaa64.efi acquired 
from here:

After being handed off this file from my dhcp server, the system drops down 
into a 'grub>' shell awaiting my input. But if I then replace the F27 
grubaa64.efi file with the known good grubaa64.efi from RHEL-alt-7.4, the 
system boots as normal and loads my grub.cfg menu and I am allowed to choose an 
install option:

      Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux for ARM 7.4 GA                           
      Install Fedora 27                                                        
      Use the  and  keys to change the selection.                       
      Press 'e' to edit the selected item, or 'c' for a command prompt.   
   The selected entry will be started automatically in 2s.

However, as you can imagine, this does not work if I select the Fedora 27 
install. It halts and tells me I need to load the correct kernel:

error: invalid magic number.
error: you need to load the kernel first.

This I assume is b/c I am using the incorrect grubaa64.efi to hand off to the 
F27 install kernel.

So, is this a bug in the F27 grubaa64.efi? I have a pxe server that has been 
working for me with UEFI systems for a couple years now. All I normally do to 
test a a new OS is swap out the grubaa64.efi as I have done here. But, I admit 
that my experience is with different versions of RHEL and cetos. This is my 
first time doing this with Fedora. Thanks in advance for any tips!
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