Actually, I don't need to write any new patches, upstream shim has the
problem fixed already:
Author: Benjamin Antin <ben.an...@endlessm.com>
Date: Mon Jul 18 12:28:12 2016 -0700
Don't close file twice in should_use_fallback error path
When fallback.efi is not present, the should_use_fallback error path
attempts to close a file that has already been closed, resulting in a
hang. This issue only affects certain systems.
This is a regression from version 0.8 and was introduced by commit
Signed-off-by: Benjamin Antin <ben.an...@endlessm.com>
You guys just need to rebase Yakkety's shim package on top of an
upstream git commit that comes after 7052e7530755. (Alternatively, you
can also backport 7052e7530755, but I guess Yakkety's release schedule
might allow another rebase at this point.) You are currently based on
14a5905, which does not include the fix.
** Package changed: debian-installer (Ubuntu) => shim (Ubuntu)
** Summary changed:
- yakkety: desktop and server ISOs wont boot under QEMU in UEFI mode
+ yakkety: backport (or rebase to) fix eliminating a double-close in shim
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