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EEA on Linux modules need to be resigned for real-time protection to work


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Hello,

We run EEA (9.1.4) on Ubuntu 20.04/22.04 machines and have one issue, namely that each kernel update disables the real-time protection of EEA.
Every kernel update we have to manually re-sign each machine because for some reason this isn't triggered automatically.

What can we do to fix this aside from disabling secure boot?

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Hi Marcos, thank you for your quick reply.

This is quite unfortunate, is there any ETA to add functionality for this?

We have other kernel modules installed that do not need re-signing after a kernel update so i would assume this is not impossible to achieve.

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