On 04/11/2018 09:54 PM, Raymond Yeung wrote:

> Thanks David for the detailed response.
>
>
> My main motivation to go down Coreboot/UBOOT route is to attempt to simplify 
> the remaining boot-up to Linux.  Instead of using PXE-BOOT, we could use tftp 
> only.  Am I correct to say that?
If you want to boot over the network you should look in to petietboot I
heard it is much better.
> If we're to use whatever that is available today, instead of waiting for 
> Philipp's work to complete, does coreboot/UBOOT provide secure boot support?  
> I'd tend to think so, but want to confirm.  UEFI seems to already have this 
> aspect covered.
Like I said I don't believe it is useful but if you want kernel code
signing enforcement you can use the grub payload that supports signing
for kernel/initramfs.

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