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Posted by vzimmer on 06/7/2015

Background

In this posting I want to provide an overview of some material being shared on this site.

Details

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Posted by vzimmer on 05/18/2015

UEFI 2.3.1 and the lead-up to Windows 8 featured many client-focused usages, such as fast-boot (e.g., BGRT) and UEFI Secure Boot. 

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Posted by vzimmer on 04/23/2015

Overview

This note describes the background on security usages on the Minnowboard Max [2] platform based upon EDK II-based [1] firmware [3] and silicon firmware. The features include implementations of UEFI [3] Secure Boot and TCG [4] Measured Boot.

Background

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Posted by mfleming on 02/24/2015

LWN.net recently posted an in-depth technical article on the various methods of booting Linux on EFI platforms along with the rationale for each. If you're interested in the inner workings of Linux's early boot code, you may want to check it out!

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Posted by mfleming on 02/19/2015

Anyone who frequents the testtools section of www.uefi.org may have noticed the 256-bit sha hash that is now being published alongside the UEFI Self-Certification Test (SCT) 2.3.1 C link.

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Posted by BrianRichardson on 02/17/2015

Brian talks about an upcoming demo at Embedded World for Intel® Firmware Engine, ... Read more »

Posted by Leona on 02/12/2015

The third post in this series describes an alternate and more detailed way to set up the LUV environment.

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Posted by Leona on 02/3/2015

This post walks you through a typical LUV user test, show you how to access test results, and help you use test results to further optimize your system.

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Posted by Leona on 01/14/2015

The Linux UEFI Validation project, also known as LUV, provides a comprehensive suite of tools to thoroughly test and debug UEFI-based firmware implementations.

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Posted by vzimmer on 09/15/2014

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