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  • 关于在 Linux 中 Secure Boot 的概述请参考文章 [http://www.rodsbooks.com/efi-bootloaders/secureboot.html Rodsbooks' Secure Boot]. $ od -An -t u1 /sys/firmware/efi/efivars/SecureBoot-XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX
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  • === Ошибка SecureBoot === Можно либо отключить SecureBoot либо подписать модуль ashmem самому.
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  • === SecureBoot error === You can either disable SecureBoot or sign the ashmem module yourself.
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  • ...led at first startup, but it can be configured later. This laptop supports SecureBoot keys reset to factory and custom keys install. To access advanced options i
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  • === SecureBoot ===
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  • ==== SecureBoot ==== ...not be booted if SecureBoot is enabled in the BIOS. If you want to use the SecureBoot, please follow the instructions [[Secure_Boot|here]] to prepare the kernel.
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  • ...Security" tab and set "[[Unified Extensible Firmware Interface/Secure Boot|SecureBoot]]" to {{ic|Off}}.
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  • ## Leaving all TPM & SecureBoot enabled and SSD Only alternate system order
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  • ...on, must set Supervisor password, add bootloader as trusted, and boot with SecureBoot. BIOS v1.25 reportedly has problems on similar E5 models that were fixed in ...BIOS, disabled secureboot. Grub will appear in the boot order list even if secureboot is disabled. Must be done at each firmware update.
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  • ...o reboot into BIOS (by pressing F12 during laptops' power-on) and turn the SecureBoot back to Disabled.}}
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  • ...led at first startup, but it can be configured later. This laptop supports SecureBoot keys reset to factory and custom keys install.
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  • There appears to be an option to use your own Secureboot keys. I've not yet investigated that.
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  • Installation is very straightforward. You will need to disable secureboot in BIOS (ESC to bring up menu, then F10 for BIOS and/or F9 for Boot options
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  • ## Leaving all TPM & SecureBoot enabled and SSD Only alternate system order
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  • ...w about Secure Boot in Linux see [http://www.rodsbooks.com/efi-bootloaders/secureboot.html Rodsbooks' Secure Boot] article. This article focuses on how to set u $ od --address-radix=n --format=u1 /sys/firmware/efi/efivars/SecureBoot*
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  • {{hc|/etc/pacman.d/hooks/99-secureboot.hook|2= Description = Signing Kernel for SecureBoot
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  • First you will need to disable secureboot in BIOS (ESC to bring up menu, then F10 for BIOS and/or F9 for Boot options
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  • {{hc|/etc/pacman.d/hooks/99-secureboot.hook|2= Description = Assinar o Kernel para SecureBoot
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