On 12/04/2016 03:54 PM, Rusty Bird wrote:
Maybe your system still doesn't boot into AEM mode for some reason.
Does /proc/cmdline in dom0 contain "rd.antievilmaid" at the end? If not:
Yes, it does.
In the GRUB boot menu, do you choose the entry "AEM Qubes, with Xen
hypervisor"? If there is no such entry, you may have to rerun the
It also does.
I also get correctly prompted for the TPM key, AND I can also see my
secret image displayed while I am prompted for the HD password.
So I for sure boot in AEM mode, and it "looks like" it's working, but if
I upgrade the kernel (there was a kernel upgrade today), AEM doesn't
notice and still happily displays my secret image :-(
Thanks again for your help.
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