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Secure Boot & Signing Kernels


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I am looking to sign the kernel module to use with Secure Boot as with it , ESET shuts down(real time protection doesn't function)

Is the guide here all I need? : https://help.eset.com/eeau/9/en-US/secure_boot.html

 

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Nightowl.

Yes, it should be enough to get it running. Maybe on some distributions you will need to install packages needed for modules sign, but on most of them, they are by default installed. 

Regards,

Kurco

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7 minutes ago, kurco said:

Hi Nightowl.

Yes, it should be enough to get it running. Maybe on some distributions you will need to install packages needed for modules sign, but on most of them, they are by default installed. 

Regards,

Kurco

Hello kurco,

I'm on Ubuntu 22.04

I will give it a try , thank you

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