[CentOS] signing modules

Mon Mar 16 16:46:15 UTC 2020
Stephen John Smoogen <smooge at gmail.com>

On Mon, 16 Mar 2020 at 12:43, Jerry Geis <jerry.geis at gmail.com> wrote:

> >You need to turn off secure booting - you can still boot using UEFI,
> >but if secure booting is turned on the kernel doesn't allow unsigned
> >modules.
> Thanks - so is that command line to run ? Config file to edit ?
secure boot is in your hardware UEFI/BIOS setup. Basically ring -1 or -2 on
the hardware. Nothing in the OS can turn this on or off as that is the
purpose of this control to make sure a virus can not fool the hardware into
using bad kernel level code.

> I ran mokutil --disable-verification and rebooted
> I dont desire that MOK management screen to show - how do you get rid of
> that ?
> After rebooting my module still does not load.
> Jerry
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Stephen J Smoogen.