Trusted Boot in Fedora

Jon Ciesla limb at
Thu Jun 23 11:58:19 UTC 2011

> On 06/22/2011 03:01 PM, Jon Ciesla wrote:
>>> Outside that, is there any other impact? Does tboot perform any
>>> verification of the kernels, and if so how is that configured? Is the
>>> expectation that an install configured with TXT will only boot trusted
>>> kernels, and if so what mechanism is used to verify the kernel? Is
>>> there
>>> any further integration work that has to be performed for this to be
>>> useful?
>> If so, is there a mechanism to disable that functionality, or mark a
>> kernel as trusted, so that I could, for example, run a kernel I built
>> myself or one from another RPM?
> By default this would not be enabled.  And even if so, out of the box
> the only thing it will ever do it measure the kernel you built and store
> that info.  You would be able to create your own lcp which only allowed
> whatever kernels you wished, but that's a whole different issue than
> what is being asked for here.

Ok.  What information is stored where and how?


> -Eric

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