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  1. 4

    Johnny

    Hi,
    I managed to remove tboot menu from grub2 by,

    su
    yum -y remove tboot
    grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg

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    1. 4.1

      finid

      I was told that tboot will not be in the final, but that obviously is not the case. On a test installation, I reinstalled GRUB and tboot showed up in the boot menu.

      Reply
  2. 3

    Leslie Satenstein

    The TPM is a processor and vault on a chip. In other words, a smart card chip. I can provide truly random numbers from its generator, it can do encryption, it can store, lockbox style, passwords etc. and it is hardware.
    The TPM can work with the bios to prevent a bios load and it can be used in wonderful ways to augment security. Hardware based security is it. By the way, you cannot slice the chip to discover its innards or memory. It is built to be distructable. My mother board has a slot to where I can plug one in.

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  3. 2

    Neil Darlow

    This feature appeared in fedora 18 as a regular update also.

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    1. 2.1

      finid

      I think it actually goes back to Fedora 16, but this is the first time it’s showing up by default in GRUB’s menu.

      Reply
  4. 1

    Oleg

    > Not sure what it’s for, I selected it and hit the Enter key.
    «Enter» too dangerous. For such cases most suitable «e» key.

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    1. 1.1

      finid

      I did that too, but it didn’t tell me anything.

      Reply

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