Post by William Schaible
This concerns booting a knoppix flash drive. I did some tinkering,
I've got an idea how to get the secure boot key made. First, UEFI
wanted me to enroll a hash for the program named loader.efi. I got a
* ENROLL HASH
* START UEFI KEY TOOL
* REBOOT TO UEFI MENU
* REBOOT SYSTEM
and I enrolled a hash for loader.efi.
This is the knoppix page I see about hashtool & loader.efi. When
knoppix enrollment is successful, the knoppix boot screen says/shows
https://knopper.net/knoppix/knoppix-uefi-en.html When UEFI Secure Boot
There is also a caution note at the end of the page about the difference
in the appearance of the boot screen.
I've seen the screen referenced by the first link you posted. That's the
screen that ultimately got me to the menu shown in my post, which I used
to enrol loader.efi, as mentioned. Your post then mentions another
screen with the following sentence:
When UEFI Secure Boot is enabled, the following screen will be shown at
but there is no link following that sentence. I would like to see the
screen mentioned. Could you post that link again?
So far I haven't been instructed by screen messages or prompts to
perform specific steps to enroll a hash for the knoppix binary or steps
to create a key for it. That's what I am assuming will happen next,
before a key is created though I don't know because I haven't done this
before. I'm assuming I will again see the menu shown above.
The BIOS screen has a 'security' tab which has a 'key management'
heading that lists the number of keys stored. That info hasn't changed
yet which suggests no key for knoppix has yet been saved.
Thanks for your help.