On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 2:29 PM pmkel...@frontier.com
<pmkel...@frontier.com> wrote:
>
> I also sort of doubt that any of these PCs actually use it. However, I
> have no view of what all uses TPM on Fedora workstation. My guess would
> be things like Keyring, The password retention and Master password in
> Firefox, BIOS passwords and encrypted drives, but I don't really know.

It might be used by the kernel as an entropy source. That's about it.
We're not using measured boot, and that requires a TPM 2 anyway. For
sure it's not used by Firefox, GNOME, or for escrowing LUKS or plain
dm-crypt keys.


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Chris Murphy
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