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Add `--boot uefi` to your `virt-install` command. Example:
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Click 'Begin Installation'
Click 'Customize before install', then select 'Finish'
Create a new VM in virt-manager. When you get to the final page of the 'New VM' wizard, do the following:
Creating a VM
Extra links
{{#fedoradocs: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/whatever-the-of-this-new-page}}
Firmware installation
(Formerly this article recommended the independent utility "LockDown_ms.efi".)
FS0:\> EnrollDefaultKeys.efi
FS0:\> reset
Gerd Hoffmann, Red Hatter and QEMU developer, has a dnf repo on his personal site that provides nightly builds of a whole bunch of QEMU/KVM firmware, including EDK2/OVMF.
Here's how to pull down the nightly builds for x86:
However, if you want to use custom binaries, you will need to edit the nvram variable in /etc/libvirt/qemu.conf and restart libvirtd.
http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:UEFI_Secure_boot_using_qemu-kvm[OpenSUSE secureboot page]
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/SecureBoot[Ubuntu secureboot page]
http://www.labbott.name/blog/2016/09/15/secure-ish-boot-with-qemu/[Using SecureBoot with QEMU]