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  Enable EFI stub for raspi2 kernels

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
Status in linux-raspi2 package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  U-boot is now able to emulate UEFI and this is used by openSUSE to
  boot the raspberry pi [1].

  I would like to use this technique to load grub2.  However, according
  to [2] new versions of grub2 require a 32 bit kernel to be built with
  EFI stub enabled.

  I have successfully used this U-boot/grub2 combination to boot a
  generic aarch64 Ubuntu kernel on my pi3 [3].  It works well and would
  be a huge improvement if this could be brought to arm 32 bit.




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