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Re: Secureboot: how to use MOK

On 10/25/19 4:52 PM, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> Hi,
> I've setup my new laptop with secureboot, and now, I can't use the DKMS
> modules from Virtualbox, as they aren't signed. I've been told by Sledge
> that I should use MOK to do that, and that DKMS packages are supposed to
> have all in them to support MOK.
> So my question is:
> - where may I find a doc for MOK, as a user. And by that, I don't mean
> the official MOK doc, where it explains how to install MOK from scratch
> (which isn't useful to me...), but more, how can I just enrol a new key
> and sign my kernel modules with them.
> - the above probably belongs to debian-users, though, not this one. Is
> there a DKMS package out there that supports MOK the correct way, so I
> could cheat on it, and contribute this to the Virtualbox package?
> Cheers,
> Thomas Goirand (zigo)

Someone sent me a quick howto (I'm not sure why he did that in private).
I've written that on the wiki, for everyone to use:


In fact, it's rather easy.

Now the question remains: how to do all of this automatically in a DKMS


Thomas Goirand (zigo)

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