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Re: Universal Secure Boot bootloader?

From: David Balažic
Subject: Re: Universal Secure Boot bootloader?
Date: Mon, 11 May 2020 02:01:24 +0200

Thanks, I tried and it seems to work.

What it can not do is to load legacy/MBR/BIOS code.
At least I found no way.

Can CloverBootManager do this? It is included in this package, but I
found no way do do it (I can start CloverBoot, but it does not start
MBR things only EFI)


On Sun, 10 May 2020 at 15:54, Steve <address@hidden> wrote:
> Try Easy2Boot v2 which uses a1ive grub2 File Manager and Kaspersky shim
> Can Secure UEFI64 boot and run any payload (ISO, WIM, VHD, EFI, IMG, etc.)
> S
> On Sun, 10 May 2020 at 14:51, David Balažic <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi!
>> Is it possible to build a boot disk, that (using grub) loads anything,
>> yet works on Secure Boot enables systems?
>> Currently I have a utility USB drive, using grub legacy. Obviously, it
>> does not work on Secure boot enabled systems.
>> Is there a way to "fix" that?
>> I did a quick look at the grub bootloader used by ubuntu, but it only
>> loads signed kernels.
>> Is there a version that loads unsigned kernels?
>> The goal is to make a utility boot disk, that works on modern PC
>> computers (without turning Secure boot off on them).
>> Regards,
>> David

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